decentralisation


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Noun1.decentralisation - the spread of power away from the center to local branches or governments
spreading, spread - act of extending over a wider scope or expanse of space or time
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The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) is set to make headway in its effort to implement the decentralisation policy which government adopted as a means to improve public service delivery and promote socio-economic development in the country.
Damascus, (SANA) -- The Ministry of Local Administration, in cooperation with the European Union, organized on Saturday a conference on decentralization and local development, coinciding with the launch of the second stage of the Decentralisation and Local Development Programme (MAM II).
One of the most widely used and abused concepts in public administration is decentralisation. There are often substantial differences between the normative concept and how it is practiced in 'real life'.
The concepts of centralisation and decentralisation have been the hot topics of discussion among management academicians as well as practicing managers.
Decentralisation has been a principle of the Brazilian Health System since the 1980s and is advocated as a strategy for leprosy control.
(2008) Fiscal decentralisation indices: A comparison of two approaches.
<p>AaAaAa The agreement was signed by Moroccan Interior Minister Chakib Benmoussa and Cameroonian minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralisation Marafa Hamidou Yaya on the sidelines of the 5th Pan-African Local Government Days (Africities).
THE Government has spent almost pounds 250million on moving 2,500 civil servants out of Dublin under the decentralisation plan.
More than 300 representatives from European local and regional authorities are expected in the Polish town of Wroclaw on May 19-20 for the European Summit of Regions and Cities whose main theme is to be decentralisation. The summit is organised by the EU Committee of Regions who wishes to promote decentralisation claiming that it is the best guarantee of growth and employment.
It contains the following articles: (1) Decentralisation and School Improvement: A Comment on Research in West Africa (A.
With regard to the health sector, decentralisation is concerned with changing the way health systems are organised.