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Bangladesh Diagnostic Survey

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The World Bank’s recently approved Country Assistance Strategy for Bangladesh calls for the Bank to increasingly partner with civil society and academia in analytical work on issues of governance and in the production and dissemination of high quality information on the extent, incidence and consequences of poor governance and corruption.

Bangladesh FlagIn an effort to address these issues the World Bank Institute is partnering with local NGO BRAC (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee) to implement a diagnostic which can lead to action planning to improve the governance situation in the area of infrastructure. The diagnostic will form part of an innovative sectoral governance approach which focuses on the sub-national governance issues affecting key sectors. While the infrastructure crisis covers many sub-sectors, our focus will be primarily on electricity and roads.

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TOOLS

The Bangladesh sectoral governance diagnostics will generate a new set of tools customized to the realities of the country context as well as the particular sector environment. Instruments for the target sectors- electricity & roads/transport - will capture the views and experiences of both users and providers of public services.

These instruments are currently being developed.

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RESULTS

Results from the data collection and analysis will be released in 2008. Results also include an analysis of this pilot effort in sectoral governance studies as a new frontier in measuring governance for action planning.

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