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NCPAG PJPA 2005-1-2: Civic service in East Asia and the Pacific

That public administration education must play a key role to meet the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in the Philippines in the central argument of this article. It argues that since the general program of action articulated in MDGs is grounded on the successful implementation of administration and governance reforms, it is only necessary for the MDGs to be formally introduced to the teaching and learning processes of schools of public administration in the country. Consequently, the article seeks to suggest what Philippine public administration schools can and should do to support actions related to MDGs. It also aims to examine how the academic curricula for teaching public administration may be strengthened to develop competencies for institutional and organizational development towards the achievement of MDGs.

UP-National College of Public Administration and Governance
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Mangahas, Joel V.; Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); Public administration -- Curricula (Courses of study);
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