The Local Councils Association of – Baluchistan (LCA-B) was established in 2008 under, “The Societies Registration Act, 1860” as an independent and private association of the elected local government representatives. The Association, being a representative body of more than 42,000 elected councilors, aims to increase the effective participation of the councilors and citizens in local government planning, development and decision-making within the framework of participatory democracy and associative spirit.


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Local Empowerment, Advocacy and Development for SDGs localisation in Pakistan programme, with the support of the UCLG ASPAC and the European Union observing the World Day against Child Labour. The term “child labour” is often defined as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential, and their dignity, which is harmful to physical-mental development. LEAD4SDGs pledged to


Local Councils Association of Balochistan in collaboration with the European Union and Commonwealth Local Government Forum has organized a Training and Consultative Workshop on Recommendations for Balochistan Local Government Act 2010 for District Executive Committees of Balochistan.The Training of Trainers Workshop was arranged to identify a convener from selected District Executive Committees (DECs) of Balochistan.

Strategic Plan Development for MDC & Training Sessions on Minority Laws held by LCAB

In collaboration with the European Union and Commonwealth Local Government Forum, the Local Councils Association of Balochistan has organized two consecutive workshops for Minorities Development Committee (MDC) Balochistan. On the first day, LCAB held Strategic Plan Workshop for minorities. The objective of the workshop is to understand the challenges of minorities, discuss possible solutions and

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Awareness Session drives are being conducted by all LCAs across Pakistan, in partnership with the @CLGF_News and in collaboration with the @EUPakistan. DECs are being used in these campaigns to train LG members as per the current LG Laws
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٭ مقامی ترقی اورعوامی مسائل کے جلد حل کی کیا ذمہ دارمقامی حکومتیں ہوتی ہیں؟٭ عوامی مسائل جیسا کہ گلیوں اور سڑکوں کی تعمیر، کوڑا کرکٹ اور صفائی کے انتظامات، سکول اور ہسپتالوں کی سہولیات کی تواتر سے فراہمی اور اس کے علاوہ دیگر مقامی مسائل صرف مقامی حکومتوں کے ذریعے ہی ممکن ہیں۔٭ مقامی حکومتیں، مرد و خواتین، نوجوان، کسان، مزدور، اقلیتی برادری غرض یہ کہ ہم سب کی نمائندگی کا بہترین ذریعہ ہیں، جس میں ہم اپنے علاقے کے مسائل کو بہتر انداز سے حل کر سکتے ہیں۔٭ مقامی حکومتوں کی کارکردگی کا جائزہ اور احتساب کے لئے بجٹ ٹریکر ایپلیکیشنBudget Tracker App اور Right to Information معلومات تک رسائی کے قانون کے تحت بجٹ اور اخراجات سے متعلق دستاویزات حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔اس سب کو سمجھئیے باآسانی، گوگی کی زبانی!#LocalGovernment4Pakistan #Pakistan #YouthThe Democratic Local Governance for Development (DLG Pakistan) in Pakistan, project is implemented by the Cpdi Pakistan and co-funded by Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom - Pakistan and European Union in Pakistan.Election Commission Of Pakistan - ECP, Government of Pakistan,Prime Minister's Office of Pakistan, Government of Gilgit Baltistan Local Government & Rural Development Department Gilgit-Baltistan, Sindh Government,GOVT of SINDH Local Government Department,Government of Balochistan, Local Government and Rural Development Department,Balochistan, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Local Government and Rural Development Department, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab Government, Local Government & Community Development Department, Punjab, Government of Azad Jammu and KashmirAssociation for Development of Local Governance, Local Councils Association of the Punjab, Local Councils Association of the Sindh, Local Councils Association of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Local Councils Association of BaluchistanLEAD4SDGs, Pakistan SDGs, UNDP Pakistan ... See MoreSee Less
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Fozia Khalid Warraich District Chairperson Toba-Tek-Singh President LCAP & Mr Anwar Hussain, Executive Director, LCAP had a successful meeting with Mr Mir Abid Lehri President, LCAB and the Hon. Provincial Minister for LG & RD of Balochistan Mr Mir Gohram BugtiLca Punjab and Local Councils Association of Baluchistan are building a collaboration to introduce reforms in BLGA 2010 and implement the methodology of awareness campaigns across Balochistan to enlighten citizens about the benefits of local democracy.Soon President LCA Punjab will visit Balochistan to start effective engagement for the said collaboration. ... See MoreSee Less
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