The Impact of Administrative Management's Quality on Improving Local Government in Khartoum: An Applied Study on Karary Locality

Aleem Alhaj Abdulrahim, Khalid Hassan Elbashir


The current study investigated the impact of administrative management on improving local government according to Sudan's local and future conditions. Sound local government helps localities identify, organize and implement their priorities. In order to test its hypotheses, the study adopted the analytical descriptive approach. The problem of the current study lies in the poor management of the localities in Khartoum – locality of Karary as a case study, resulting in absence of transparency of authorities and responsibilities. Consequently, this led to a great deal of shortcoming in providing the required services, and then inability to achieve local development. Various negative significant results were suggested; organizational structure negatively affected the efficiency of local government in Sudan regarding poor performance, lack of roles, overlapping of authorities and responsibilities and duplication of authorities. The study recommended the need to hold workshops focusing on reviewing the organizational structure to achieve the philosophy of local government, tackle low performance's problems and contribute to identifying the objectives and future visions of each locality, based on its potentialities and available resources (natural, human and physical).

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