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 About the "DJCspd "                تعديل حجم الخط:     


Definition:

 Establishing the Department of Joint Councils for Services, Planning and Development "DJCspd" on April 21, 2004 was responding to the rising needs and requests of Joint councils. This decision corresponds to and reflects the incessant desire or the existing services in order to respond to the expectations of the Palestinian Population in creating efficient structures for a democratic political system .
The work plan, which the department has set and based on the vision stated above, was inaugurated by an important workshop about enhancing the role of Joint councils in local development and reform processes . The workshop included all local councils in Palestine. It will be complemented with other activities to overcome legal, financial, administrative and capacity building obstacles.
The new department will seek to exploit existing local and international visions to support Joint councils acting hence as an initiator for enhancing the conditions of local councils and their services, which suffer fTom incessant collapse, lack of support, low quality and large quantity .
Initial results of this intensive activity clearly indicate to what extent the official and unofficial support to this idea has lead to reinforcing the role of these councils as a future leading alternative by unifying and merging all Palestinian local councils in coherence with successful international experiences in this context .

I. Objectives of the Department :
The Department has set its objectives on the following different

levels:First: On the MoLG Level:

1.To contribute to the MLG efforts in the reform process.
2.Train the Department and district’s staff working with the DJCspd.
3.Build consensus inside the MLG on the role of the DJCspd in the local governance in general and in development and reform in specific.
4.Participate in the decision making processes related to directing the available and possible funding for the local authorities to be through the DJCspd.
5.Coordinate and cooperate with other departments in the MLG in all issues related to developing needed plans and taking decisions related to the JCspds.
6.To develop plans and programmes that contribute to both activating the role of the JCspds and at the same time to their financial and technical sustainability.

Second: On the JCspds level:

1.To work on attracting the maximum number of local authorities and communities to become members in JCspds towards their complete merge.
2.To review and improve the laws, and develop the internal regulations that govern the JCspds operations.
3.To supervise the JCspds' operations to ensure that they are in line with the agreed upon plans, and abiding by the set laws and regulation.
4.To review and modify the annual development plans prepared in partnership with the local community and the JCspds.
5.To expand the level of delegated authority and responsibility for the JCspds to enable them to provide wider range of services for their communities.
6. Classify and group the Joint Councils:The 840f Joint Councils in West Bank and Gaza Strip are divided as:
 A- Multilateral Service councils: the number of this type is 43 councils. These councils have high efficiency dissimilar services and elected corrunittees . These councils divided to two types:
              1- The Joint Councils which could be merged into big municipalities.
              2-Permenant Joint Service: this type could continue as Joint Service councils but could not merge.
B- Temporary and single Joint Service councils: The number is 41 which presented one service like garbage, water and etc, so the existing of this type depends on its ability to present the service.

Table 1.1 Type of Joint Councils Service for planning and development April 2008
 

Total

single

Multilateral

Governorate

6

1

5

Jerusalem

6

2

4

Hebron

8

5

3

Betlehem

15

13

2

Rammaleh

6

1

5

Nablus

4

1

3

Qalkula

4

1

3

Salfeet

15

11

4

jenin

3

1

2

Tubas

6

2

4

Tulkrem

4

1

3

Jericho

9

6

3

Gaza

86

43

43

Total

 

Table 1.2 Number of Local Authorities in Each Governorate, 2008

 

Governorate/

District

Municipality

Village

Local

Community

Total

1.    

Jenin

12

30

34

76

2.    

Tubas

3

5

7

15

3.    

Nablus

9

49

1

59

4.    

Tulkerm

11

17

5

33

5.    

Qalkilia

5

12

17

34

6.    

Salfeet

9

10

0

19

7.    

Ramallah

18

48

2

68

8.    

Jerusalem

10

17

1

28

9.    

Jericho

3

5

0

8

10.  

Bethlehem

10

20

8

38

11.  

Hebron

17

22

40

79

12.  

Gaza

25

0

0

25

 

Total

132

235

115

482


Third: On the level of local and international funding agencies and development institutions:

1. Providing them with updated plans  or needs of the Department and the JCspds ...
2.To exchange regularly information about available funds and programs and  the role of the JCspds in these programs ( at all levels from planning, organizing, funding, implementing, and evaluation).
33.To coordinate with these agencies and institutions to avoid duplication and ensure better utilization of available resources

II. Added value of the JCspds:

1They represent large number of local communities.br> 2.Reduce the administrative cost for the local authorities through merging large number of local authorities under one management.
3.Emphasize the concepts of teamwork, democratic attitude, and participatory leadership between large numbers of neighboring member local authorities. Additionally, it is marginalizing the sectarianism and ensuring the participation of the local community in both the policy formulation and decision- making.
4.The JCspds have all the requirements for being successful institutions and this is significant for the sustainability of the provision services they provide for their communities.
55.The success of the JCspds is an essential step towards decentralization in the local governance in Palestine. 

II. Obstacles facing the development of the JCs and Palestinian LocalAuthorities:

1.Economic obstacles which are the severest and most affects developmentbr> 2. Administrative obstacles such as not delegating authorities, centralization, administrative inefficiency and the complexity of the   regulations in addition to not having the financial resources and not having a monitoring system to achieve the desired objectives.
3.Political and geographic obstacles resulting from the control by the Occupation authority over the local councils being not interested in developing the Palestinian local authorities, so their tasks have been limited in providing basic services to the population, and other factors have also contribute such as the Separation Wall, the siege, and the settlements in enhancing those obstacles.

 

 
   
   

   
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