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.
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
Engaged Citizens (ECP), works to ensure that citizens become increasingly more effective at influencing governance reform and delivery.
Learning, Evidencing and Advocacy Partnership (LEAP) works to strengthen the demand for and use of evidence in public sector reform.
PRESIDENT BUHARI LAUNCHES THE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUPPORTED BY PERL AT THE MID TERM MINISTERIAL REVIEW RETREAT
October 18, 2021 01:01:05 PM
For three consecutive years, the President Buhari led administration has convened a retreat to review the level of implementation of ministerial mandates along the nine priority areas.Read more
DOES BETTER GOVERNANCE LEAD TO IMPROVED HEALTH AND EDUCATION?
October 14, 2021 11:48:37 AM
This will be the final event in the PERL LEAP webinar series sharing lessons from 20 years of UK governance programming in Nigeria. Over this period, the UK government has funded governance reforms with a view to improving the quality of education, and of child and maternal health services.Read more
WORKING POLITICALLY IN PRACTICE
October 07, 2021 01:59:10 PM
The second event of the webinar series will be sharing lessons emerging from research led by LEAP on the PERL programme in Nigeria. Looking at the PERL experience, the panel will discuss what it takes to foster experimentation, learning, and adaptation in practice. Experts as well as programme designers, managers and implementers will highlight lessons emerging from efforts to operationalise ‘thinking and working politically’ in Nigeria.Read more