Joint Programmes - Democratic Economic Governance

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Good governance is an influential factor in achieving the MDGs

How public services are governed can determine whether people have access to basic needs such as clean water. MDG-F supported 11 joint programmes in this area with a value of almost US$60 million. These programmes focused mainly on strengthening the government’s capacity to manage water provision and water quality; including citizens, especially the poorest, in plans and policies regarding water; and increasing financial investments in the water provision sector.

These efforts contributed directly to meeting the MDG target of halving the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water by 2015, one of the targets of MDG 7.

If you want to know more about the Democratic Economic Governance (DEG) Joint Programmes you can read the Synthesis Review, which summarises the goals and strategies of the Joint Programmes and identifies a range of cross-cutting themes and common concerns, or visit their dedicated Wiki page found in the list below.

Below is the full list of 17 Joint Programmes on Democratic Economic Governance. You can also see a list of the 130 Joint Programmes implemented across the 8 MDG-F windows.

Joint Programmes - Democratic Economic Governance

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Countries Joint Programmes
Albania Economic governance, regulatory reform, public participation, and pro-poor development in Albania
Angola Governance of Water and Sanitation in Angola’s Poor Neighbourhoods
Bosnia and Herzegovina Securing Access to Water through Institutional Development and Infrastructure
Ecuador Governance in the water and sanitation sector in Ecuador within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals
Guatemala Capacity Building amongst the Mam People in Economic Water and Sanitation Governance
Honduras Economic Governance of Water and Sanitation
Mexico Establishing effective and democratic water and sanitation (W&S) management in Mexico to support the achievement of the MDGs
Nicaragua Democratic economic governance in the Water and Sanitation sector in the RAAN and RAAS
Panama Strengthening equity in access to safe drinking water and sanitation by empowering citizens and excluded indigenous groups in rural areas
Paraguay Strengthening the ability to define and apply water and sanitation policies
Philippines Enhancing Access to and Provision of Water Services with the Active Participation of the Poor
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