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A governance and anti-corruption diagnostic involves the development of numerous documents – terms of reference, questionnaires, sampling methodologies, guidance for conducting focus groups, work plans, pilot reports, final reports, executive summaries, training manuals, and others. Many of these documents are developed by private firms that are hired to conduct the surveys. Nevertheless, staff from the World Bank often provide these firms with model documentation to provide a starting point for customizing documents needed for a new diagnostic. These model documents serve as templates, guidance and capacity building tools. Use of standard documentation is a means of ensuring that governance diagnostics benefit from the use of a standard approach, while simultaneously reducing project costs and delays.

MODEL DOCUMENTATION:

The following documents have been used in past governance and anti-corruption diagnostics and provide strong models for other diagnostics.

(i) Executive Summary and Recommendations

(ii) Government Action Plan

(iii) Indicators

(iv) Project Workplan

(v) Enterprise Questionnaire, General

(vi) Enterprise Questionnaire, Sectoral (Transport and Public Works)

(vii) Household Questionnaire, General


(viii) Household Questionnaire, Sectoral (Transport and Public Works)

(ix) Public Officials Questionnaire, General

(x) Public Officials Questionnaire, Sectoral (Transport and Public Works)


(xi) Sampling Methodology

(xii) Manual of Instructions (for Enumerator Training)

(xiii) Terms of Reference

(xiv) Workshop Documents

(xv) Pilot Report

(xvi) Final Report

GUIDANCE:

(i) Strategic Guidance

(ii) Methodological Approach

(iii) Survey Guidance: Main Characteritics of Survey Diagnostics

The following documents provide an outline of the main characteristics of each survey diagnostic.
Household Survey Summary
Enterprise Survey Summary
Public Officials Survey Summary
NGO Survey Summary

(iv) Guide for In-country Coalitions and Practitioners

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French
Spanish

(v) Guidance and tools for implementation, monitoring, and assessment in the field

(vi) Training




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