2nd International Conference

On Governance and Service Delivery
in Developing Countries

22 - 26 October, 2019 
5 Days 40+ Speakers
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About The Event

2019 THEME: Accountability, Innovations and Quality Public Service Delivery

The Conference will provide Opportunity for Scholars, Students and Practitioners from diverse disciplines of Public Management to explore avenues for imprevement of Accountability, Innovations and Quality of Service Delivery in Developing Economies.

Secretariat Contacts
Dr. Rose B. Namara, Head of Resaech Unit: Tel No. +256 712-540222, Email: rbnamara@umi.ac.ug 
Procedure for Registration & Paper Submission

Procedure for Registration & Paper Submission

Submit your Abstracts, Papers, Registration Forms and Inquires to: conferenceumi@gmail.com.
Conference Registration

Conference Registration

  Early Registration
(Before 30-08-19)
Late Registration
(After 30-08-19)
International Delegate: US $350 US $400
Ugandan Delegate: US $200 US $250
Students within Africa: US $100 US $150

Important Dates and Time Lines

Important Dates and Time Lines

Full Paper Submission: May 30th, 2019
Paper Acceptance Notification: June 30th, 2019
Deadline for Registration: August 30th, 2019

Conference Sub Themes

  • Post-new public management order
  • Developmental states and Protectionism
  • Sustainable public service systems
  • Value systems that underpin public service delivery
  • Performance of public sector workers
  • Emerging alternative public service systems
  • 21st century issues in local Government
  • Managing cross-border human resources
  • Public procurement management
  • Marketization of African economies
  • Migration/refugee management
  • Private sector capacity building
  • Local economic development
  • National debt management
  • Governance of oil and other natural resources
  • Developing economies through tourism
  • Economic transformation in public administration
  • Democracy and building citizen-state relationships
  • Citizen empowerment and citizen driven accountability
  • Citizen entrepreneurial role in public service provision

  • Institutions for implementation of SDGs
  • 2030 agenda for sustainable development
  • Implementation of Africa agenda 2063
  • Food security and agricultural financing
  • Social identities, gender equity and inclusive growth
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of SDGs
  • Transformative leadership in SDG implementation
  • Conflict resolution in the development process
  • Green development and environmental sustainability
  • NGOs, social movement and citizen driven service delivery
  • Youth empowerment and employment innovations
  • Public, private partnerships
  • Human rights protection and access to justice
  • Peace and Security

  • Measuring performance of the 21st century worker
  • Competence based Performance Management
  • Systems oriented Performance management
  • Evaluation capacity in African countries
  • Performance-focused incentive schemes
  • Citizen driven monitoring and evaluation processes
  • Gender and equity in performance management
  • Impact-based evaluation of public services
  • Evaluations in CSOs
  • Utilization-focused Evaluations
  • Equity-based evaluations
  • Whole government Evaluations
  • Knowledge management
  • Human resource development practitioners in changing organizational contexts
  • Young evaluators and capacity building for monitoring and evaluation
  • Use of evidence from Evaluations
  • Institutions for implementation of SDGs
  • 2030 agenda for sustainable development
  • Implementation of Africa agenda 2063
  • Food security and agricultural financing
  • Social identities, gender equity and inclusive growth
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of SDGs
  • Transformative leadership in SDG implementation
  • Conflict resolution in the development process
  • Green development and environmental sustainability
  • NGOs, social movement and citizen driven service delivery
  • Youth empowerment and employment innovations
  • Public, private partnerships Human rights protection and access to justice


  • Political economy of Corruption in Africa
  • Anti-corruption and accountability reforms
  • Socio-economic cost of Corruption
  • Measurement of Corruption
  • Strategies to fight Corruption
  • Ethics and integrity systems in organization
  • Institutional dilemmas in management of Corruption
  • Citizen driven anti-corruption models
  • Ethical integrity and Professional Standards
  • Anti-corruption incentive systems

  • Education for sustainable development
  • Education quality and service delivery
  • Management of education reforms
  • Ethics and professionalism in education
  • Partnerships in higher education institutions.
  • Educational standards, quality and equity
  • Innovative teaching and learning methodologies
  • Managing universities
  • Financing higher education
  • Internationalization of education
  • Early childhood development
  • Scholars in the market
  • Issues in privatization of education
  • Monitoring and evaluation of teaching in higher institutions of learning
  • Policies for professional development in higher institutions of learning
  • Role of universities in policy development and management

Pre-Conference Workshops


 Click on the Pre Conference Workshop you want to attend for more Details:
Advanced Research Methodology & PhD Colloquium

Uganda Management Institute (UMI) is pleased to announce a pre-conference Research Methodology & PhD Colloquium workshop scheduled for October 21, 2019 at Uganda Management Institute-Kampala. The main objective of the workshop is to provide PhD students and early career researchers with necessary skills and knowledge in research methodology. Attend and connect with a panel of experienced practitioners and researchers who will engage in critical discussions around; Research Philosophy and research positioning , Research problematization, Writing a PhD Thesis, Scientific writing, critical aspects in examination of a PhD thesis; and Walking the PhD journey.

Target Participants

Facilitators

Venue

Students, researchers and practitioners from HEIs. Please note that only first 50 registered participants will be considered for this workshop

Are experienced researchers and examiners from Uganda and overseas

Uganda Management Institute (UMI)

Workshop Scedule

Time 8:00 - 8:30am 8:30 - 10:30am 10:30 - 11:00am 11:00 - 1:00pm 1:00 - 2:00pm 2:00 - 3:00pm 3:00 - 4:00pm 4:00 - 4:30pm
Activity Registration and welcome remarks Research Philosophy and research positioning Break Research problemati-
zation
Lunch Scientific writing (writing a thesis, paper, dissertation) Critical aspects in examination of a PhD thesis Walking the PhD journey (Panel)

Important Dates

Date Activity
Sept. 30, 2019 Deadline of Registration/Payment
October 21, 2019 Colloquium Presentation

To register for
the workshop
Pay registration fees of
$50 or UGX. 150,000/=.
The fees will cover; coffee breaks,
refreshments and lunch

For payment, use Bank Account Details

Account Name: UGANDA MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Bank Name: BARCLAYS BANK OF UGANDA
Account Number: 034-4023565
Bank Branch: KAMPALA ROAD
Swift code: BARCUGKX
Currency: USD
Reference Number: Conference workshop 2019

Bank Account Details:
Account Name: UGANDA MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Account Number: 0341300827
Bank Name: BARCLAYS BANK (U) LTD
Bank Branch: KAMPALA ROAD
Currency: UGX
Reference Number: Conference workshop 2019


For inquiries Contact:
  • Dr. Florence Bakibinga Sajjabi
    E-mail: fbsajjabi@gmail.com
    Tel: 0701770802/ 0776770802
  • Mr. Robert Agwot Komakech;
    E-Mail:kagwot@gmail.com /
    rakomakech@umi.ac.ug
Monitoring and Evaluation, Use of Evaluation & Systematic Reviews
Youth Employment Innovations

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