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Analysis of the Decentralization of Environmental Management in Egypt February 2004

By Monitoring, Verification, And Evaluation (Mve) Unit of the Egyptian Environmental Policy Program


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Excerpt: In recent years, the decentralization of environmental management (DEM) functions to regional, governorate, and local levels became a clearly identified policy within the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (EEAA) and the Egyptian Environmental Policy ...

Table of Contents
Table of Contents 1. Introduction........................................................................................................... 1 Background...........................................................................................................................1 Objectives ..............................................................................................................................2 Scope .....................................................................................................................................3 Methodology .........................................................................................................................3 Sources of Information..............................................................................................................3 Analytical Framework ................................................................................................................4 Outputs .......................................................................................................................................4 2. Local Administration in Egypt .............................................................................5 Characteristics .......................................................................................................................5 Case Studies for Decentralization ......................................................................................7 Case Summaries ..........................................................................................................................7 National Council for Women .......................................................................................................................... 7 Shrouk Program................................................................................................................................................ 8 Investment Services System............................................................................................................................ 8 Analysis and Lessons Learned..................................................................................................8 3. Decentralized Environmental Management in Egypt ...................................... 11 The National Context ........................................................................................................11 Case Studies for DEM .......................................................................................................12 Case Summaries ........................................................................................................................13 Water and Wastewater Sector ........................................................................................................................ 13 Solid Waste Management System in Alexandria ......................................................................................... 13 Governorate Environmental Management Units ....................................................................................... 14 Analysis and Lessons Learned................................................................................................15 4. Conclusions and Recommendations .................................................................. 19 Alternative Paths.................................................................................................................20 Radical Reform ............................................................................................................................................... 20 Central Coordination ..................................................................................................................................... 20 Increase Local Capacity ................................................................................................................................. 21 Recommended Support to the Environmental Management System at the Governorate Level......................................................................................................24 Support to the Committee ......................................................................................................24 Support to the EMU................................................................................................................25 Annex 1 Local Administration in Egypt .................................................................27 1. Background on the Local Administration Setting .....................................................27 1.1.1 Structure of Local Administration ...............................................................................27 1.1.2 Relations between the Governorate and the Other Ministries................................29 1.1.3 Competences of Governorates.....................................................................................32 1.1.4 Planning Procedures at the Local Level ......................................................................33 1.1.5 Sources of Finance of Local Development ................................................................36 1.1.6 Relative Power in Local Governance ..........................................................................38 Annex 2 Case Studies for Decentralization ............................................................ 41 1. The National Council for Women..............................................................................41 2. Shorouk..........................................................................................................................44 3. Investment Services System.........................................................................................48

 

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