The Partnership to Engage, Reform and Learn (PERL) supports how governments organize
their core business of making, implementing, tracking and accounting for policies , plans and
budgets used in delivering public goods (economic stability and an enabling environment for
private enterprise to promote growth and reduce poverty) and services to the citizenry, and
how citizens themselves engage with these proceses.

GOVERNMENT


Accountable, Responsive and Capable (ARC) works to strengthen government systems to reduce opportunities for corruption and to make them better to respond to public demand

PEOPLE


Engaged Citizens (ECP), works to ensure that citizens become increasingly more effective at influencing governance reform and delivery.

LEARNING


Learning, Evidencing and Advocacy Partnership (LEAP) works to strengthen the demand for and use of evidence in public sector reform.

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OGP GLOBAL CEO LAUDS CIVIL SOCIETY ADVOCACY EFFORTS FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE

October 18, 2019 12:43:36 PM

PERL has played active roles in supporting the development and strengthening of the Open Governance Partnership process in Nigeria. These efforts and more were discussed at an interactive session with the visiting Global CEO - Sanjay Pradhan who commended ongoing civil society advocacy efforts.

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Improving performance through peer learning: Study visit by the Enugu State Investment Development Authority (ESIDA) to ANSIPPA

October 10, 2019 04:42:05 PM

The Enugu State Investment Development Authority (ESIDA) is Enugu State’s Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (IPA) which began full operations in May 2018. It was established by the ‘Enugu State Investment

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A Spreadsheet Helps Bring Humanitarian Relief

October 02, 2019 03:45:05 PM

A spreadsheet has precipitated the delivery of humanitarian relief to five “self-made” internally displaced persons’ camps in Yobe State in north-eastern Nigeria. The camps, which were set up by the residents themselves and not by the government or humanitarian organisations, are home to over 12,000 households.

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