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Sub-Saharan Africa : Lessons from Experience in Supporting Sound Governance

REVOLUTION PUBLIC AGENCY CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX BUDGET MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CORRUPT POLITICS BRIBERY FINANCING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CIVIL SERVANTS INFORMAL SECTOR GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE LAWS PUBLIC SECTOR JUDICIARIES GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS NATIONS RESPONSIBILITY FINANCIAL RESOURCES POLITICIANS GOOD GOVERNANCE SERVICES LEGISLATURES FORMAL INSTITUTIONS CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS SANCTIONS CRONYISM PERSONAL GAIN AUTHORITIES CORRUPTION INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL INTEGRITY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS MINISTERS AUDITS FINANCIAL AUDITS GOVERNMENT LEVEL PUBLIC POLICY HUMAN RESOURCE GOVERNANCE CAPACITY BUILDING STATES HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM AUTHORITY PUBLIC FUNDS CIVIL SOCIETY INITIATIVE MINISTRIES ORGANIZATIONS CENTRAL GOVERNMENTS CONFIDENCE DEMOCRATIZATION REPRESENTATIVES MEDIUM SERVICE DELIVERY GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS CIVIL SERVICE REFORMS EXPENDITURE FISCAL INITIATIVES INTEGRITY ACCOUNTABILITY FRAUD POLICIES AUDITORS TRANSPARENCY BEST PRACTICES DECENTRALIZATION PROCESS POLICE ANTICORRUPTION PETTY CORRUPTION BANK CORRUPT OFFICIALS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC GOVERNANCE DECISION-MAKING INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INVESTIGATIONS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS POLICY CITIZENS DEMOCRACIES MEDIA ADMINISTRATION CONSTITUTION GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONAL REFORM ENFORCEMENT PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC AGENCIES PUBLIC MANAGEMENT CONSENSUS STATE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES NATIONAL INTEGRITY SYSTEM PUBLIC SECTOR PERFORMANCE FISCAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION JUDICIARY TAX ADMINISTRATION DECENTRALIZATION INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT GOVERNANCE REFORM LEADERSHIP LEGISLATORS AGREEMENT STRATEGY POOR GOVERNANCE LOCAL ADMINISTRATIONS LEGITIMACY PUBLIC SERVICE FINANCIAL SECTOR GOVERNMENTS POLITICAL LEADERS ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES SERVICE PUBLIC SECTOR CORRUPTION FINANCIAL INCENTIVES LOCAL CAPACITY BUILDING
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Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa
2015-11-03T22:25:16Z | 2015-11-03T22:25:16Z | 2000-02-28

The paper seeks to provide a basis for identifying common issues, and operational synergies between monitoring, and evaluation capacity development (MECD), and governance in Sub-Saharan Africa. It summarizes experiences, and lessons from governance support in the region, and their implications for MECD work, and common issues, and, modalities between governance support, and MECD. In addition, the paper analyzes opportunities to maximize synergies between MECD, and broader governance capacity building efforts in Sub-Saharan Africa, and suggests implications from experience in evaluation support. The paper emphasizes that future interventions should focus on the quality of leadership for reform, and local capacity to design, and implement those reform programs. Furthermore, accountability as it relates to the level of corruption in the public sector should be taken into account, addressing the need for decentralized capacity building, as well as centralized forms of governance. Cases studies in specific countries illustrate promising interventions in governance reform.

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