Leadership Development and Capacity-building for Human Development and Poverty Reduction
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.
Office of the President of Sierra Leone, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UNDP Sierra Leone
June 2011–May 2013
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Civil servants of seven pilot ministries were trained, including in results management and performance contracting in the public sector.
Institutional “surge” capacity support was provided to the Cabinet Secretariat, and a roster of technical experts was 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 was established. The capacity of Sierra Leonian Ambassadors was enhanced through cooperation with the Nigerian Foreign Service Academy.