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Tanzania: Biometric Innovations Improve Public Service Delivery - NIDA
Source: Google Alert
Source Date: Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Country: Tanzania
Created: Jul 09, 2013

He was explaining to leaders: President Jakaya Kikwete and Former Malaysian Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamed who passed by the Authority’s pavilion to get explanations on technology they employ. He said they recently won public services award in Africa at the fourth African Union (AU) Public Service Day (APSD 2013) in Accra, Ghana this year. A total of 42 institutions took part.
The Permanent Secretary in the President’s Office, Public Service Management, Mr George Yambesi, noted that Tanzania was among the best performers in public service in Africa, which has built the country’s reputation in the continent and throughout the world.
The Smart Partnership Dialogues trace their roots back to the early 1990s when the first event was held in Malaysia in 1995 under the leadership of the then Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamad. The dialogues began as a platform for scientists to meet and discuss Scientific and Technological issues that were relevant all over the world. In present times, the dialogues have earned the right to be referred to as a vehicle for change.
They provide a useful framework that is all inclusive transcending the limitations of borders, rank or file through which topical socio economic and political issues can be discussed, freely.
Seeking to place people and their concerns first, the dialogues offer opportunity and access to equitable space for discourse between peoples at different stages of development and with differing access to knowledge and capital.
Promoting a positive ethos of ‘prosper thy neighbour’ for a ‘win-win’ situation, the Smart Partnership Movement believes that the foundation for lasting partnerships should be anchored on a shared vision that transcends differences in cultures, beliefs, languages and value systems.
In attaining such partnerships, the Movement aspires to nurture and develop comprehensive, meaningful links and networks that cut across all aspects of society and human existence.
Ethics of transparency, integrity, trust and reliability between perceived partners are promoted in the interest of further building up nascent partnerships. Intrinsically, the dialogues aspire to provide a basis for equity and fair play. Tearing down the distinction that rank imposes.
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