Posts tagged as: Case study

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    Renforcer les finances municipales : l’expérience de Kampala (Ouganda)

    La ville ougandaise de Kampala illustre bien la manière dont la réforme institutionnelle et administrative est en mesure, sans modification de grande ampleur des politiques publiques, d’augmenter considérablement les rentrées fiscales municipales. À travers la mise en place de systèmes informatisés plus efficaces, en attirant des personnels plus capables et en...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables

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    Renforcer les finances municipales : l’expérience de Mzuzu et du Malawi

    Le cas de Mzuzu illustre la manière dont les villes secondaires sont capables d’innover et de montrer la voie en matière de réforme des finances municipales, alors même que leurs recettes fiscales sont extrêmement faibles et leurs moyens minimes. Mzuzu est la troisième grande ville du Malawi. La présente étude de cas se concentre sur un système d’évaluation...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Tony Venables, Astrid Haas, Dyson Jangia

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    Xoojinta booska maaliyadeed magaalooyinka: Caddayn laga sameeyey Hargeysa

    Magaalada Hargeysa, in kasta oo ay ku jirtay marxalad hore ee kor u qaadista maaliyadeeda, haddana waxay ku gaadhay dib u habeyn la taaban karo dhawr sano gudahood tan iyo markii la aasaasay dimoqraadiyadeeda 2002. Guulaha la gaadhay ayaa waliba ka sii cajaa’ib badan, iyada oo la tixgelinayo xaaladda jilicsan ee Somaliland ka dib 30 sannado oo colaado ay ka socdeen...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Priya Manwaring, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables, Ahmedi Yusuf

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    Publication - Case study

    Renforcer les finances municipales : l’expérience de Hargeisa (Somaliland)

    La municipalité de Hargeisa, capitale du Somaliland, a beau avoir commencé depuis peu à améliorer sa situation financière, elle a déjà mené à bien des réformes notables dans les quelques années qui ont suivi l’établissement de son statut démocratique en 2002. Les réussites sont d’autant plus remarquables au vu de la situation précaire du Somaliland...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Priya Manwaring, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables, Ahmedi Yusuf

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    Enhancing the financial position of cities: Evidence from Kampala

    The city of Kampala in Uganda provides an illustrative example of how institutional and administrative reform, without widespread policy change, can generate substantial increases in municipal revenues. Through the implementation of more efficient digitalised systems, attracting higher capacity staff, and a focus on the ‘citizen as a client’, the city has managed to...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Astrid Haas, Oliver Harman, Tony Venables

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    Enhancing the financial position of cities: Evidence from Hargeisa

    The City of Hargeisa in Somaliland, despite being in the very early stages of enhancing its financial position, has achieved significant reform in just a few years. The successes achieved are even more remarkable, considering Somaliland’s recognition as a sovereign state by the international community and resultant limited opportunity for international partnership’....

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Priya Manwaring, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables, Ahmedi Yusuf

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    Enhancing the financial position of cities: Evidence from Mzuzu

    The case of Mzuzu in Malawi illustrates how secondary cities, where revenues are often low and capacity is limited, can innovate and lead the way on municipal finance reform. The focus of this case study is a simple and fit-for-capacity property valuation system that increased realised revenues seven-fold between 2013 and 2018. Explore the interactive case study here or...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables, Dyson Jangia

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    Renforcer les finances municipales : l’expérience de Dakar

    Dakar est l’une des rares villes africaines qui se soit trouvée tout près de lancer un emprunt obligataire municipal sur le marché des capitaux. Initialement prévue pour 2014 et d’un montant de US$40 millions, l’opération était destinée à financer un nouveau marché couvert pour abriter les petits vendeurs ambulants. Le marché aurait regroupé plus de 4 000...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables, Khady Dia Sarr

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    Enhancing the financial position of cities: Evidence from Dakar

    The city of Dakar in Senegal is one of the only cities in Africa to come close to taking a municipal bond to market. The US$40 million bond, set to launch in 2014, was designed to fund a new market hall for informal traders in the city. The market would relocate more than 4,000 street vendors, with the aim of moving them from side streets into a safe and central place to...

    19 Jul 2022 | Victoria Delbridge, Oliver Harman, Astrid Haas, Tony Venables, Khady Dia Sarr

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    AgDevCo in Malawi: A case study of the higher costs – and notable impact – of investing in challenging contexts

    Firms and investors face high risks and costs when entering and operating in challenging environments, but their investments can provide considerable social and economic benefits. This case study explores how AgDevCo’s investments in Malawi demonstrate these dynamics and motivate the case for public funding to be used to offset the costs of pioneering in difficult settings.

    22 Mar 2021 | Chris Isaac, Sarah Logan