A Framework for Good Governance

July 8, 2010

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The Governance Framework serves as a tool to help program teams dissect governance approaches and surface programmatic hypotheses or “theories of change.” Through these steps, a program team can determine the specific aspects of good governance a program seeks to affect. The model focuses on three areas: citizen participation and voice, public service delivery and accountable decision-making.

This guide helps teams find the tools and resources to promote good governance, to deepen our understanding of how best to strengthen inter-communal ties and to involve marginalized community members so they can gain the confidence and resources to participate fully in their communities.


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