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.
Kano Stakeholders discuss strategies to improve budget process
December 05, 2019 04:13:34 PM
The Kano State Ministry of Planning and Budget (MoPB) organized a one-day Budget Forum in collaboration with DFID - PERL, with relevant stakeholders to discuss strategies for facilitating improvement in knowledge and strategies on engaging the budget cycle to foster ...Read more
Southwest Commissioners of Agriculture to improve Regional Agriculture Value Chain
December 03, 2019 02:02:15 PM
The Commissioners of Agriculture across the six states of Southwest Nigeria met in Abeokuta, recently, to find new ways of improving the region’s agricultural output. The forum was also attended by Permanent Secretaries and Special Advisers/Consultants to the ...Read more
Replication of Good Governance Practices: Ebonyi State adopts Community Charter of Demand initiative
November 25, 2019 11:33:38 AM
The Ebonyi State Government has adopted the Community Charter of Demand (CCD) initiative as an approach for opening up the State’s budget process and making it participatory and inclusive. With this, citizens in Ebonyi State can now prepare and submit to government ...Read more
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