KiLGA reports EE Rating on Local Government in Kiribati

KiLGA has carried out an assessment of Local Government’s Enabling Environment Rating for Kiribati, as part of an Asia-Pacifi regional project known as the ‘City and Local Government Enabling Environment: Rating in Asia and the Pacific’ (EE Rating for short).
The assessment is coordinated by the United Cities and Local Government for Asia and the Pacific (UCLG ASPAC) and is aimed at assessing Councils’ performance, their effectiveness, or lack of it, in the delivery of their services, legal support for Councils, their capacity, their financially sustainability, status of women in decision making and others.

On 23rd February, the KiLGA’s Executive Officer presented a draft assessment score to key stakeholders and experts including Eliza Tokataake, the Urban Management Officer of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, MP Teburoro Tito, former President of Kiribati and staunch supporter of Teinainano Urban Council, the two Mayors of urban councils on Tarawa, Teinainanano Urban Council and Betio Town Council and their Clerks.
The stakeholders agreed that Kiribati is, on average, on a score 2, in a score ranging from 1 to 4 with 4 being the highest.

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