We work with clients to strengthen the institutions, regulations, and policies that shape the delivery of basic services such as health, education, drinking water, sanitation, and housing. Getting these building blocks right is crucial for governments, regulators, and service authorities to meet current needs and to provide inclusive, climate-resilient services in the future. Using political analyses and systems-thinking approaches, we support service authorities and other stakeholders to deliver sustainable services within an (often complex) system.
Utility Systems Strengthening
Institutional Capacity Development
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