Training of civil servants in Afghanistan: a case study Of Independent Directorate Of Local Governance (IDLG), Kabul
AuthorFolady, Noor Muhammad Nuzhat
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Building capacity of civil servants is very important to sustain development both economic and social. However, having a proper match of trainings required, courses and curriculum, effective delivery mechanisms and other facilities remain a huge challenge for many developing countries. With this backdrop, the purpose of this study was to examine the impact of training on the capacity enhancement of civil servants of IDLG, Afghan state owned local government organization. Analysis based on secondary and primary data and information shows that IDLG’s civil servants received training at home and abroad, however for the local level civil servants there is a lack of training. Trainings covered includes: good governance, communication strategy and leadership. However, majority of the participants, said for enhancing effectiveness and efficiency it needs to focus more on designing appropriate types of training and increase efficiency of training providers.