From December 3 to December 15, 2022, Ms. Antonella Valmorbida, ALDA Secretary General, and Ms. Katica Janeva, ALDA Skopje Office Coordinator, have been in Djelfa (Algeria) to deliver the fifth round of capacity building activities to Local Authorities on good governance and citizens engagement.
This fifth round of activities is the last one for 2022 and concludes the successful programme for supporting local participative democracy and social accountability, started back in 2017.
The programme, financed by the European Commission and coordinated by the Algerian Ministry of Interiors, validates the importance of citizens’ engagement in strategic development and solution problem-oriented policies.
The implementation of this programme in Algeria contributes to the creation of a fair society based on the fundamental principles of democracy and good governance
So far, a total of 245 Heads of Daira have been trained by ALDA staff along with two other experts, Mr Mohamed Sakri and Mr Moufida Ouselati. At times, those high-level training have also seen the special participation and contribution of the Association’s members.
The implementation of this programme in Algeria, has not only strengthened the already solid cooperation between the Country and the Association, but has also contributed to the creation of a fair society based on the fundamental principles of democracy and good governance.
Although the programme has come to an end, ALDA will never stop nourishing this partnership in the future, and continue promoting democracy and citizens participation worldwide.