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Decentralization, Transparency & Institutional Effectiveness

Decentralization Transparency and Institutional Effectiveness Pullquote

Individual training and organizational change are necessary, but they are insufficient. Capacity development requires institutional change and reform. Only when these elements are aligned, will "capacity" be developed and sustained. Abt’s governance programs in Timor, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia are producing evidence of improved service delivery performance and outcomes using this approach.
Graham Teskey
Graham Teskey
Principal Global Lead of Governance Practice, Abt Australia

Relationships Lead to Better Services for All

We have a long history of forging productive relationships with states, citizens, civil society organizations and the private sector. We work to lay the foundations for better delivery of health, education, infrastructure and social protection services. Our experts build capacity and responsiveness at all levels to support the political, administrative and economic processes of decentralization. Increased transparency and accountability strengthen policy and regulatory reform, and financial management.