Local Government Councils' Performance and Public Service Delivery in Uganda Kabarole District Council Score-Card Report FY 2013/2014
This policy brief presents findings from the 2013/14 assessment of Kabarole District Local Government under the Local Government Councils’ Score-card Initiative (LGCSCI). The budgetary allocation for Kabarole Local Government is likely to be increased by the Central Government in order to meet service delivery priorities. 2. Strategies are devised by the Kabarole District Local Government to increase and effectively collect the local revenue from the available local resources. 3. The exigency to recruit additional staff is recognized by the Kabarole District Local Government in order to fill the vacant positions for the full team of staff to carry out district activities for the effective delivery of services. 4. Kabarole District Local Government intensifies monitoring by both political and administrative leaders to check shoddy works on service delivery units, especially road works. 5. Kabarole District Local Government institutionalizes the practice of elected leaders producing monitoring reports. 6. Kabarole District Local Government includes more capacity building initiatives for council members and/or elected leaders in the areas of understanding legislation, drafting motions and bills, report writing, record keeping and minute taking.