What do you think of public administrative procedures?
A new online survey that starts today is asking Vietnamese people to give their own opionins about administrative procedures. Citizens are asked to name the best and the most annoying public administrative procedures, based on their own experience. Launched by VietNamNet and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the survey is the first of its kind in Viet Nam.
“The survey encourages citizens to voice their experiences with the services that directly affect their lives. Through the survey we expect to identify some of the problems citizens face when interacting with administrative agencies and also learn from good experiences,” says Jairo Acuna-Alfaro, UNDP policy advisor on public administration reform and part of the team who designed the survey.
The survey is part of ongoing efforts by the Government to involve citizens in public administration reform, with the goal of ultimately improving the efficiency and effectiveness of administrative procedures. Efforts in other countries has shown that citizens' participation can improve the quality of the administrative behavior.
Click here to take the survey.
Click here to read a Press Release about the survey launch.
- Coffee farming is helping indigenous people in the #Philippines to protect the environment, preserve their ancestral lands and secure their financial future. In 2015, Coffee For Peace won UNDP's N-Peace Award which "identifies and celebrates the power of women as agents of change, focusing on making visible the untold stories of women leaders and their male allies." Coffee For Peace began eight years ago on the southern island of Mindanao, where Islamic rebel groups have been fighting for self-determination for decades. It has since expanded to other conflict areas in the country. N-Peace Awards United Nations Development Programme - UNDP #GlobalGoals #GlobalGoals 7 hours ago
- #SDG1 No Poverty #SDG2 No Hunger #SDG13 Climate Action As a method to reduce poverty, inequality and to support the most marginalized, Social Protection systems are recognized solutions for the achievement of the #2030Agenda for Sustainable Development under the theme Ensuring that No One is Left Behind. For policies and programs on social protection, environmental issues must also be consider: http://bit.ly/2bJKJl3 #SDGs #Agenda2030 #SP4SD United Nations Development Programme - UNDP Programa das Nações Unidas para o Desenvolvimento - PNUD Brasil African Union 16 hours ago
- "See more posts on"Facebook