India, Kenya Explore Scope of Collaboration in Personnel Administration and Governance

Shri V. Srinivas, Secretary, Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG), Government of India, met with Prof. Nour Mohammad, Director General, Kenya School of Governance, over video conference on May 14, 2024. Senior representatives from DARPG, the National Centre for Good Governance, the Indian High Commission to Kenya, and the Kenyan directors of KSG were present at the meeting. In the discussion, the two countries talked about strengthening their bilateral cooperation in the areas of governance and human resources management through the Kenya School of Governance (KSG) and the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), with a focus on capacity-building initiatives. The parameters of NCGG and KSG's collaboration were discussed in the bilateral meeting.

The Indian side highlighted the advancements made by the Indian government in carrying out the "Maximum Governance-Minimum Government" policy. These advancements include the introduction of the CPGRAMS reforms, the use of the National e-Services Delivery Assessment to benchmark e-Services, and the Prime Minister's Awards for Excellence in Public Administration to recognise meritocracy. Additionally, a thorough overview of NCGG's accomplishments and operations was given. The Kenyan side outlined KSG's contribution to the country's civil workers' capacity-building initiative. Kenyan Vision 2030 is being realised with the help of KSG and the Kenyan government's civil workers, who are leading Change.

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