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THE BURDEN OF LEADERSHIP

THE BURDEN OF LEADERSHIP C.K. Mathew IAS (Retd) 17-07-2015 I suppose there are many brilliant quotations on leadership; for it is indeed a...

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Growth Matters: But Humans first

The year is 1949. Tensions had mounted between the Soviet Union and the United States of America. The US economy was shifting from a war...

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Citizen Report Card Toolkit

The Citizen Report Card (CRC) is a simple yet powerful tool to provide public agencies with systematic feedback from users of public...

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Tools for Improving Maternal Health Service Delivery, An Implementation Manual

Public Affairs Centre undertook a unique Citizen Report Card study of Maternity Homes, India Population Project (IPP) Centres and Urban...

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Climate Change Score Card (CCSC) An Implementation Guide

Climate Change Score Card (CCSC) is an adaptation of the Community Score Cards (CSC), a well-known social accountability tool. CSC...

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Climate Change Score Card – A Social Accountability Tool for Environmental Governance

Climate Change Score Card (CCSC) is a social accountability approach that adapts the best features of Community Score Cards, participatory...

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State of Urban Services in India

With increasing population and expanding demand for urban infrastructure services, the capacities of local governments in many developing...

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Benchmarking Citizen Report Card on NBA/SBM

This report comprises of findings from a Citizen Report Card (CRC) exercise that was conducted in six districts each of two states, Tamil...

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Fighting Corruption

Abstract: The growing distrust of government and widespread public rage against corruption are driven by what citizens experience in their...

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How do MPs utilize MPLADS?

Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) is a national scheme that allows the legislators (MPs) get a chance to don the...

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