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GIZ perspective and ideas for next steps

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Frame of Image ountries: 130 • Employees: > 17,000 • of which professionals: > 9000 • of which field level: > 7500 • Regional sector networks: 17
 Economic Development and Employment  Governance and Democracy  Health, Education, Social Protection  Water, Energy, Transport
 Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
 Environment and Climate Change  Security, Reconstruction and Peace
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Delivery for Development: GIZ Principles
Partnership with Government, Business and Civil Society
Flexible and Impact-Oriented Programme Framework
Joint Responsibility and Co-Governance
Implementation Three-TierApproach: National, Provincial Local, Regional and Global Programmes Learning Design Decentralised Decisions and Responsibility
Long-Term Presence
Management Model CAPACITY WORKS
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Closing the Gap between Service Users and Service Delivery System
Aim at:
Service Providers
Private Business NGOs State
(Organisational Transformation)
Pluralistic and diversified system of service providers
Decentralisation
Principles for distribution of roles: - subsidiarity - complementarity - competition
Strengthening the role of the clients (choice, power, organized demand)
Narrowing the gap: “Intelligent Service System Solutions”
Service Users
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Delivery in Practice: Water Kiosks, Zambia
• • 2004: only 58% of urban population had access to fresh drinking water Delivery innovation: water kiosks built and formally operated by private water utilities
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Regulatory authority provided financing mechanism (Devolut


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Title GIZ perspective and ideas for next steps
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Engel, Albert

Publisher

[Germany]:GIZ

Date 2013-06
Event

A World Bank and Korea Development Institute Workshop

Pages 6
Subject Country Africa(Africa)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding KDI School

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