This project strengthened the capacity of key state institutions in Sierra Leone to implement macroeconomic reforms and good governance practices for poverty eradication. It supported human-resource planning and management, strategy and policy development, implementation and monitoring of delivery to support the further betterment of leadership to advance human development and poverty reduction.
- Civil servants of seven pilot ministries trained, including in result management and performance contracting in the public sector.
- Institutional “surge” capacity support to the Cabinet Secretariat, and roster of technical experts established.
- Civil servants of the Presidential Cabinet and the Government increased their knowledge and capacity to deliver public services through South-South cooperation with the Governments of Ghana, India and Kenya.
- A joint commission of cooperation with the Government of Kenya established. Sierra Leonian Ambassadors’ capacity enhanced through cooperation with the Nigerian Foreign Service Academy.