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March 2010 "The Implementation of Pro-Poor Integrity Program (PPI) in Palestine"

Posted in March 2010 "Completed Projects"

Funded by:       UK Department for International Development (DFID)
Partners:          TIRI (Making Integrity Work) &
                            Coalition for Integrity and Accountability – AMAN
Starting Date: May  2009
Ending Date:   March 2010

The PPI project is funded by UK Department for International Development (DFID) in partnership with TIRI and AMAN. The project aims to increase capability, responsiveness and accountability on the part of local civil society and key local state institutions – responsible for solid waste management, water, and sanitation– that positively impacts the achievement of MDGs in the targeted localities of Nablus, Hebron, Al-Ram, and Jericho. The project shall work directly with local civil society to improve the accountability of key local state institutions in the mentioned areas to help these local state institutions become more responsive to community needs in the target districts. As a result, the organizational capability of key local state institutions to formulate and implement pro-integrity and pro-poor policies shall improve and their organizational capability to research, monitor, train others and advocate for pro-poor policies is also expected to increase. Another purpose of PPI is to raise joint capacities of key local government institutions and local civil society to articulate needs and deliver the services that meet those needs in the targeted local districts, work directly with local civil society to improve the accountability of key local state institutions.

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