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CoteDIvoire

After more than a decade of civil unrest and economic hardship, Cote d’Ivoire has launched a process to rebuild its economic sector and institutions. As part of these efforts and with the support of the LICUS and BNPP trust funds, a governance diagnostic assessment was undertaken in Cote d’Ivoire. The diagnostic assessment used a methodology initially piloted in Sierra Leone and Haiti. Its purpose was three-fold:

  • to enhance the existing governance assessment tool for conflict-affected and fragile countries;
  • to provide a baseline of governance indicators for government-led initiatives, like the PRSP; and
  • to support and complement ongoing governance operations (such as the SPF “Strengthening communication and transparency for governance reform in Cote d’Ivoire”, the Health Country Sector Report and the Second Economic Governance and Recovery Grant Project).

Based upon the request from the Government and Country Director, the diagnostic assessment focused on basic public services, particularly health and education, and includes elements to support reconciliation and rebuilding processes.

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TOOLS

The Cote d’Ivoire governance diagnostic generated two questionnaires for a household and a public officials surveys. In addition, tools were used for guiding consultations and focus groups with businesses, NGOs, and the media. All tools are provided below:

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RESULTS

The diagnostic assessment was completed in December 2010. A draft Report was prepared and is currently been revised for dissemination. It is anticipated that the final report will be made available in 2011 to provide a platform for governance reform.

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  • Government of Cote d’Ivoire

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