Major Challenges to Somali JNA Participation at Zonal Level
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Major Challenges to Somali JNA Participation at Zonal Level Mohamed S. Mohamud “Farole” Puntland JNA [Zonal] Coordinator JNA Retreat 26 th November, 2005 Nairobi, Kenya. Participation Challenges 1.

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Participation challenges 1

Major Challenges to Somali JNA Participation at Zonal LevelMohamed S. Mohamud “Farole”Puntland JNA [Zonal] CoordinatorJNA Retreat26th November, 2005Nairobi, Kenya


Participation challenges 1

Participation Challenges 1

  • Participation: “the process through which stakeholders influence or share control over setting priorities, making policy, allocating resources, and ensuring access to public goods and services.”

    (The World Bank)


Participation challenges 2

Participation challenges 2

  • Limited Public Participation Traditionally: Ordinary Somalis are not used to opportunities to actively participate in their country’s Poverty Reduction Strategies and Processes.


Participation challenges 3

Participation Challenges 3

  • Absence of the State. Certain parts of the country are beyond the territorial control of the government (TFG) – potential political constraints. There are resources and access constraints in the other areas (Southern and Central Zones).


Participation challenges 4

Participation Challenges 4

  • Limited in-country experience: with the country-driven participation model, and a belief in Somali JNA is a technocratic exercise undertaken largely to fulfill donor requirements.


Participation challenges 5

Participation Challenges 5

  • Limited facilitation Capacity: Limited capacity and tools at the disposal of authorities i.e., TFG to structure or facilitate stakeholder engagement.


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