Governance is essentially the process of decision-making and the manner in which decisions are implemented. Good governance implies a high level of organisational effectiveness in policy formulation and the capacity to implement it. According to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), governance not only encompasses the State but transcends it and includes private sector and civil society organisations. According to the World Bank, an effective State is vital for economic and social development, not as a direct provider of growth, but as partner, catalyst and facilitator. Good governance requires efficient institutions, good delivery mechanism and supportive legislation, rules and procedures. Public accountability is the most important component of good governance in a democracy. Public managers can provide good governance only if they have moral and ethical commitment. Morality provides the main foundation of the governing process as it instills public confidence and trust in the government. Thus, good governance is essentially a moral enterprise.