Within the framework of the project “Strengthening community participation and building the capacities of civil society organizations, women’s groups, youth and women’s initiatives, and activating their roles in society,” implemented by #Generations_Without_Qat Organization in the districts of Al-Qaherah and Al-Mudhaffar in Taiz Governorate. In the first year of the project 2021, Generations Without Qat Organization continues its training courses for its employees a local authority in the districts of Al-Qaherah and Mudhaffar in Taiz governorate on “integral governance and social accountability.”
Today, Wednesday, August 25, 2021, a training course on “integral governance and social accountability” was concluded in Taiz governorate, targeting a group of local authority employees in the districts of Al-Qaherah and Al-Mudhaffar, Taiz, within the framework of the field application of the participants in the training of trainers course on governance and social accountability implemented by the organization Generations without Qat during the last period.
During the training sessions, which lasted for three days, trainer Rani Muhammad Abdul Majeed gave a brief presentation on local governance in Yemen, the concept of governance and its characteristics, in addition to the concept of good governance and its characteristics.
She reviewed the basic principles of inclusive governance and the challenges facing governance and touched on centralization and its types, the concept of community participation, and the importance and challenges of participation.
Workgroups and other activities were also formed that contributed to raising awareness of the concept of governance, its importance, and the possibility of practicing it within the framework of government departments.