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Title Millennium development goals and community initiatives in the Asia Pacific / Amita Singh, Eduardo T. Gonzalez, Stanley Bruce Thomson, editors.
Imprint New Delhi ; New York : Springer India, 2013.

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Subject Pacific Area -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
Pacific Area -- Economic policy -- 21st century.
Pacific Area -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Pacific Area -- Social policy -- 21st century.
Alt Name Singh, Amita, 1955-
Gonzalez, Eduardo T.
Thomson, Stanley Bruce.
Description 1 online resource (252 pages)
Contents Tracking Implementation / Amita Singh, Anbumozhi Venkatachalam -- Narrowing Disparities via the New Economic Model (NEM): Is Malaysia Set to Excel Beyond Its MDGs Targets MDGs / Shamsulbahriah K.A. Rodrigo, Norma Mansor -- The Scaling-Up Process and Health MDGs in the Philippines / Eduardo T. Gonzalez -- Healthcare Governance and Climate Change Adaptation: A Pharmaceutical Industry Perspective / Md Khalid Hossain, Sharif N. As-Saber -- Reaching the 7th Millennium Development Goals (MDG) on Environmental Sustainability: The South Asian Response / Suman Sharma -- Interrogating the PPP Model in Health-Care Insurance / Rumki Basu -- Reducing Gender Gaps Through Gender-Responsive Budgeting in Davao City, Philippines / Emilia Pedrosa Pacoy -- Women Empowerment Through Learning and Livelihood Project (LLP) in Southern Philippines / Isaias S. Sealza -- Revisiting the Role of Universities in Achieving MDGs / Raudah Danila, Ahmad Martadha Mohamed -- Community-University Partnerships for Improved Governance / Mervin G. Gascon -- Determinants of Managerial Innovation in the State University Administration in Sri Lanka / R. Lalitha S. Fernando -- Regulatory Mapping in Local Governance and the Economic Governance Index in Sri Lanka / D.L. Chamila Jayashantha, W.M.R. Wijekoon -- Benefits and Challenges of E-Governance for Service Delivery in Nepal / Ishtiaq Jamil, Tek Nath Dhakal -- e-Leadership for e-Government in Indonesia / Awang Anwaruddin -- NGCSOs and Capacity Enhancement of Low-Income People in South Australia / Rabindranath Bhattacharyya -- From Reinvention to Communitization: The Himalayan Indian State of Nagaland Shows the Way / Sylvia Yambem -- Reaching Out to the People: The Role of Leikai Club in the State of Manipur (India) in Achieving the MDGs / Irina Ningthoujam -- Epilogue: Thinking About Reaching Out: Analytical Approaches to Develop Feasible Projects / RFI Smith.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "The book brings together implementation studies from the Asia Pacific countries in the context of the deadline of 2015 for achieving the Millennium Development Goals. The contributors to this volume are scholars belonging to the Network of Asia Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG). NAPSIPAG is the only non-West governance research network presently located at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi after having shifted from its original location at INTAN (Government of Malaysia) at Kuala Lumpur in 2009. 'Implementation' is a less understood but a much debated area of governance research. It requires micro-level analysis of government agencies, service delivery departments and stakeholders on one hand and its national and global policy level connections on the other. The implementation studies relate to the new initiatives which governments across the region have undertaken to reach out to the MDG targets agreed upon in 2000. The focus of analysis is the policy framework, local capacities of both the government agencies and people in drawing partnerships with relevant expert groups. The book is especially important in the background of 15 voluminous Administrative Reforms Commission Reports accumulating dust in India and similar efforts lying unattended in many other countries of this region as well. Countries like Malaysia, which has focused upon 'implementation strategies' combined with timely evaluation and supervision of administrative agencies has almost achieved most of their committed MDGs. A special report of Malaysian efforts, initiates the debate of moving beyond the 'best practice research' in implementation arena. The central idea of this book is to demonstrate the role of communities in making governance effective and government responsive to the needs of people"--Publisher's website.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9788132207603 (electronic bk.)
8132207602 (electronic bk.)
8132207599 (print)
9788132207597 (print)
9788132207597
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-81-322-0760-3
OCLC # 823388205
Additional Format Print version: 9788132207597


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