Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : governance


Internal control, a lever for good governance of public companies: Case of morocco

ASTTTENE dounya; SrourMbarek .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2019-2034

Control in a broad sense is often defined as a tool for good governance within the company,
particularly that belonging to the public sphere, where the concept of control is often
synonymous with a structural or even regulatory obligation to be observed, particularly at the
level of the public structure.The purpose of this article is to highlight, the main attributes
defining the mode of control within public structures, particularly in the Moroccan context.
Also, it is proposed to examine the positioning of internal control at the level of the national
and international context and its evolution within the public entity in Morocco.
Accordingly, a first section is devoted to a clarification of the concept of governance and a
lever value creation. At the second, the context related to internal control at the level of public
organizations in Morocco is presented. Then, a close look is taken at the concept of Control as
an elementary axis of enlightened and performance-oriented governance. On another level,
with regard to the public structure in Morocco, a presentation of the evolution of the concept
is exposed, complemented in the last part by a review of the regulatory and organizational
framework governing the management of the public portfolio

A Study on enhancing Livelihoods of Tribal‟s in India through sustainable development strategies

C. Mrinalini Sasanka; B. Kishore Babu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 2736-2743

Resources are the shared wealth of a nation such as an origin of supply, support and principally on that can be readily haggard upon for further use. Forests are the divine bliss and gift of nature so many livelihoods depends upon these forests for their living. These resources are needed for economic development and also for the sustainable livelihood of the tribal’s especially for their livelihood. Tribal and rural people are dependent on forest resources for their livelihoods. It is important to enhance approaches that demonstrate valuable linkages between sustainable livelihoods and conservation management by local tribal and pastoral people. Conservation can only be successful in the long-term if strategies are based on, and compatible with, peoples’ current ways of living, their social, political and cultural environment and ability to adapt. Preservation should aspire to deliver positive benefits for those people who are dependent on environmental goods and services, and who stand the costs of conservation, environmental degradation and extreme events. This paper tries to explore the complex processes related to rural struggle for survival and improvement. The understanding of giving support for the strengthening of rural livelihoods and natural resources, governance has to develop cooperation and then can be designed to promote sustainable production and socio-cultural systems. The rural people should be educated with the knowledge of customary resources and the link with environment in close co-operation with widespread poverty and global impact with the millennium development goals

Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) And Mental Health In The Philippines: Insights From Key Informant Interviews

Francis Gregory R. Samonte; Ma. Teresa De Guzman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4072-4085

The rapid rise of chronic diseases in the Philippines from non-communicable disease to mental health disorder requires a rebalancing of health care priorities to meet these challenges. Recent statistical modelling studies in the country revealed a strong relationship in the developmental outcome of NCD and mental health. The need to develop strategies aimed at integrating NCD and mental health are important steps towards efficient and effective health care delivery systems particularly in low-income countries. Critical to these changes in health care delivery system is the role of key decision makers in understanding the interrelationship of chronic diseases and areas in public health policy related to governance. A semi-structured key informant interview was conducted, and responses were analyzed using a thematic content technique to determine knowledge and how current health programs are meeting these challenges. The results of the study highlighted areas for future research and public health policy development, while revealing structural and organizational problems. The implication of improving human capital development, governance, and communication gaps between national and local government agencies are vital to addressing these problems