Last Saturday, UNDP Libya announced that, together with the Tripoli based Libyan Ministry of Planning, it had organised a workshop on public administration reform in Libya.
The workshop, it explained, covered the significance of efficient public administration as a fundamental element of good governance to address the challenges, including inadequate service delivery.
The UNDP reported that the workshop created a platform for the government, various institutions, and academia to exchange ideas and expertise to establish a comprehensive roadmap that outlines clear goals and strategies for transforming Libya’s public administration system to improve public service quality and efficiency.
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