Tenth International Conference

 CIMPAD 10th International Conference


10-annual
CIMPAD i
n partnership with the Zambian Society for Public Administration (ZSPA)

10th International Conference 
Theme: Ideals and Practice of Good Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa
June 23-26, 2015
Venue: Chrismar Hotel, Livingstone


Conference Mission

The mission of this CIMPAD Conference was to strengthen and promote public sector leadership in sustainable development of communities. This mission was achieved via the exchange of research and knowledge, ideas and proposals, experiences and best practices among public/private professionals, NGO’s and academicians.



Conference Focus

The Conference focus was effective governance in Sub-Saharan Africa. At the theoretical level, we  explored the challenges and issues related to building effective and efficient governmental and nongovernmental institutions. At the practical level, the conference  provided information about the application of best practices in pursuit of effective governance in an African context.



Plenary Sessions

  1. Measuring and monitoring governance
  2. Strengthening governance through collaborative partnerships to address national and global problems

Discussion of the government’s efforts to improve public health in Namibia



Preliminary Schedule of Events

JUNE 19
(Pre-conference in Lusaka)
Development of Successful Customer Service Culture 
     JUNE 25
Community Service Day
 JUNE 21
City Tour and Victoria Falls
Livingstone , Welcome Reception
JUNE 26
Youth Conference
 JUNE 22-24
Plenary, panel and workshop sessions each day from
8:00 am to 4 pm.
JUNE 27
Groups 1 and 2 – Depart for USA in afternoon



Call for Papers And Panels

 Paper Presentations and Master Classes  
 MASTER CLASS TOPICS        PRELIMINARY TRACTS FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS
Leadership Decentralization, civil service reform and the challenges for local governance
Performance Management Gender and youth development and empowerment, social inclusivity and effective governance
Information Management Responsive governance through technology, e-governance, improved infrastructure and transportation
Financial Management Natural resources, mining, food security, self-sufficiency and disaster preparedness and management
Strategic Planning for Organizations Governance, non-governmental organizations, community organizing and local government and planning
Human Resource/Talent Management Health, poverty, education and public policy, business, entrepreneurship and trade, human resource/talent management
Citizen involvement, democracy, peace and human rights as components of
effective governance
Cultural Exchange (expression of working together through the arts)

 


Download Brochure for the 2015 Conference