ILGS-GAMA Project

ILGS-GAMA Project

ILGS/MLGRD Stakeholder Engagement Meeting on Revision of the National Urban Policy: Thursday 17th September, 2020

23 March, 2020
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2020 Nationwide Assembly Members' Orientation Ends

23 March, 2020
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A functional and active Developmental Local Governance and Economic Transformation Platform in Ghana

The Local Governance Practitioners Forum (LGPF) is a broad-based membership platform that comprises of key institutions of Ghana’s local governance system. The platform provides an inclusive space for diverse policy actors (researchers, central and local policy makers, local governments, private enterprises, bureaucrats, civil society organizations (CSOs), development partners, politicians and political parties, and the media) to share research and practice evidence on democratic and developmental local governance.

Validation Meeting on Training Modules for Staff of the Local Government Service

23 March, 2020
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Proposal and Data Collection Instruments Presentation by LGPF Core Team

23 March, 2020
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Capacity Building and Training: Local Government Service Continuous Professional Development

01 July, 2019
The ILGS in collaboration with the OHLGS offers the enhanced Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Programme for staff of the Local Government Service. These programmes, referred to as the Local Government (LG) Scheme of Service (SoS) Training Programmes have a menu of courses that is fit-for-purpose for the various professional classes clustered as follows: administrators; human resource managers; environmental health and sanitation officers; finance, budget and rating officers; planners (development and physical); engineers and; management information system officers.