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Centre for Effective Services annual review 2012
Centre for Effective Services
The overall aim of the mid-term review was to consider the extent to which the Local and Community Development Programme was achieving its core aim, which is: to tackle poverty and social exclusion through partnership and constructive engagement between Government, and its agencies and people in disadvantaged communities. The terms of reference required CES to consider emerging government priorities such as public sector reform, economic development and job creation, and the alignment of local government and local develop- ment. There was also a focus on youth provision and community engagement, with particular attention to issues of quality and assessment in these areas. The review also considered central institutional arrangements and models of programme delivery. In essence, the review was to examine the extent to which providers (Local Development Companies and Groups directly funded by the Department) were meeting the Programme’s four interrelated goals.
Keyword(s): HEALTH SERVICES; HEALTH POLICY; SOCIAL EXCLUSION
Publication Date:
2013
Type: Report
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Language(s): English
Institution: Lenus
Publisher(s): Centre for Effective Services
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