Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Open Government Partnership Commitment Review #5

After a long break, Uhuru Blog brings you a further review of 2 of Tanzania's OGP commitments.

Click on the commitments for a more detailed analysis:

#3.2 Develop and/or review Clients Service Charters  of Health, Education and Water sectors for both national and facility level services, and make them accessible to citizens. - PROMISE COMPROMISED

We have also reviewed our first commitment from the section on Technology and Innovation

#4.4 Study global good practice on data disclosure for establishment of www.data.go.tz website that reflects high global standards to contain a substantial number of Government held data sets. - PROMISE BROKEN

The current tally stands at:

PROMSIE KEPT - 3

PROMISE BROKEN - 7

PROMISE COMPROMISED - 2

with 13 more commitments still to be reviewed.

As always we are looking forward to hearing comments from our readers!

6 comments:

  1. TADALISTA the need of big-budgeted Tadalafil-based Cialis as it possesses the congruent content and the similar effect on the erectile dysfunction (ED) in men

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  2. VILITRA 20 is a medicinal potion for muting down the effect of erectile dysfunction. It has the same medicinal standard and effectivity as that of Levitra which contains Vardenafil component

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  3. FILDENA significant role in offering cost-effective and much-needed solution to the men battling from humiliation and dwindling relationship due to impotence (ED)

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