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Four days of rioting by secondary school students in Libreville last week highlighted a growing frustration with education cutbacks. Corruption and mismanagement of existing resources have contributed to declining standards in public services. The European Union and the Islamic Development Bank had allocated funds for the upkeep of the free school bus service. A newspaper accused the government of reallocating this cash to other areas such as election campaigning.
The overall aim of the project is to assist African governments to introduce or upgrade policies and programmes to improve the management of ethics and conduct in their public services. The final report, which will serve decision-makers and public...
United Nations. Department for Economic and Social Affairs. Division for Public Economics and Public Administration / United Nations Development Programme. Regional Bureau for Africa
New York, United Nations, 2001
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