PERL works with stakeholders across government, the private sector, the media, and civil society organisations in Nigeria.
The programme operates at three levels across its seven locations:
- State level: the programme works in three partner states – Kano, Kaduna, and Jigawa – on a range of interventions including health, education, and local governance. In the North East states of Borno and Yobe, PERL works in the context of post-conflict recovery.
- Regional level: The programme supports regional learning through reform hubs in the South West, South East and North East.
- Federal level: The programme works to ensure public sector reform is achieved and sustained at the highest level of government. This also creates opportunities for vertical and horizontal linkages to ensure that federal policies are implemented at sub-national levels, and that learning flows between the different levels of government.