Governance: An international journal of policy, administration and institutions

How Kenya’s NGOs improve governance

In the current issue of Governance, Jennifer Brass of Indiana University examines how a growing number of non-governmental organizations affect governance in Kenya.  There’s no neat division of steering and rowing responsibilities between government agencies and NGOs, Brass finds.  Instead, governance in Kenya has become “a complex and intertwined process.” NGOs have also helped to make the governance of public service provision “stronger and more democratic,” Brass says, although improvements in the quality of governance are not fully consolidated.  Read the article.

Written by governancejournal

June 1, 2012 at 9:26 pm

Posted in Current issue


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