Lg Participatory Budget Process evaluation

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Published on July 7, 2014

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LG budget: LG budget Potential and Recorded Benefits of the PB Process CPA Kandole Patrick 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 1 DISCUSSION: DISCUSSION Describe a participatory budget as envisaged in Uganda. Relate to the LGA on decentralization objectives. Discuss benefits realized over the implementation period. What do you consider to be the challenges? 7/7/2014 2 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick (1) Participation: (1) Participation Enrich es and deepen s the democratic process and creates shared ownership of programmes and activities, by spreading responsibility, collective commitment, Promotes avoidance of waste and duplication and enthusiasm resulting into possible more willingness to pay taxes . 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 3 (1) Participation : (1) Participation Preserves the role and power of the LGs councils by direct approval of budgets at local levels, Creates a more positive relationships between the local government and residents, raises awareness and information available to community and especially for voters 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 4 (2) Accountability : (2) Accountability Provides an avenue for public about irregularities and instances of poor functioning through annual conferences and council meetings, Provides opportunit ies for the residents to verify Council implementation reports and accounts , 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 5 (2)Accountability : (2)Accountability Reduces the risk for corruption in public spending Build s trust of citizens in their local government if the re is service visibility. Contributes to the inclusion of the informal sector and marginalised 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 6 (3) Equity : (3) Equity Collectively prioriti zes public spending based on the perceived needs of the population at both the national and district conferences, Provides an opportunity to handle gender mainstreaming issues, and improving the quality of services, 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 7 (3) Equity : (3) Equity Connects local communities through representation by their local governments to the decision-making process through the national budget conference . 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 8 (4) Effectiveness : (4) Effectiveness increases the need for more visibility of works and services provides information necessary to check and modif y the existing rules of procedure ( through publication/sharing of customer satisfaction surveys and performance delivery standards ) 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 9 (4) Effectiveness : (4) Effectiveness mobilizes non-monetary citizen contributions to public works Facilitates the formation of a common development vision at local level. Improves the effectiveness of tax collections especially when residents support the budget and revenue drive, 7/7/2014 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick 10 (4) Effectiveness : (4) Effectiveness Increased awareness of the cost, willingness to maintain infrastructure, More realistic expectations since all challenges are discussed and appreciated and provides sense of ownership of activities and projects. 7/7/2014 11 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick PARTICIPATORY BUDGET PROCESS: PARTICIPATORY BUDGET PROCESS MWISHO ASANTE 7/7/2014 12 LG PBP CPA KAndole Patrick

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