Governance - as 'good' and 'bad' governance - is surely one of the most common terms in international development.
Developing countries increasingly see the need for good policies that are supportive of economic and social progress
that benefits the poor. By clearly defining roles and responsibilities, they improve the efficiency of government and
support the creation and use of fiscal space for pro-poor development.
Articles and Papers
» Sanitation Policy for Somaliland
A study financed by the European Union and carried out by Caritas on the potential for developing sanitation
policy for Somaliland. Somaliland is the self-declared independent region in Northwestern Somalia.
» Making Economic Growth work for the Poor
A short analysis of the obstacles to free primary education in Kenya, recommending a devolved education fund as the key
policy to overcome these and make the poorest benefit from the current economic growth in the country.