Having just emerged from a prolonged civil war and faced with the urgent tasks of establishing political stability and reinvigorating an economy in tatters, the Transitional Government of Ethiopia (1991-1995) had to set a new direction for the economic reconstruction and social rehabilitation of the warn-torn and poverty-ridden country. During the Transitional Period a spate of new policies and strategies defining the development priorities, goals and implementation instruments of the new regime led by the EPRDF was introduced. This work is a synthesis of various sectoral policies and an attempt to trace the genesis of the policies, highlight the continuities, significant departures and other salient features. Each of the reviews in this digest briefly analyses the critical elements of the policies, identifies major gaps in the conceptualisation of the policy as well as the achievements registered and the challenges encountered in its implementation. The authors also try to identify the outstanding issues to be addressed by policymakers and suggest remedies. The policy reviews have been grouped into three parts and presented under social, economic and governance sectors.It has produced two outputs: draft revised manual and a training module on supplies management. 5. ... 3.6 Development of Methods of Integration of Related Public Services (Centre Links) This has not yet started. ... and regulations pertaining to cash management, procurement of goods and services, administration of government property, maintenance of financial records, etc were promulgated.
|Title||:||Digest of Ethiopia's National Policies, Strategies and Programs|
|Publisher||:||African Books Collective - 2008|