The Mekong Delta province of Long An is striving to improve its Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) in 2018 and the future to ensure sustainable increase in the index through years.
Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) is a policy monitoring tool that assesses citizens' experience and satisfaction with government performance at national and sub-national levels in governance, public administration and public service delivery.
As environmental disputes, especially between citizens and businesses, are increasing, it is important to ensure better environmental justice as well as people’s access to information and participation in decision-making in environmental matters that affect them.
Public service delivery in Vietnam has seen improvement in 2016 with a jump in the proportion of citizens with health insurance from 62% in 2015 to 73% last year.
Phu Tho is evaluated as one of the localities to effectively implement administrative reform during 2011-2015. The province ranked 35th out of 63 cities and provinces in the country.
Vietnam wishes to receive more support from the UN to fulfill its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan told UN Resident Coordinator Pratibha Mehta during their meeting in Hanoi on May 25.
A hotline has been set up to receive feedback from people and businesses on difficulties they may encounter while registering for land use certificates or “red books.”