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Bi-annual reviews of Kenya’s Governance Justice Law & Order Sector Reform programme (GJLOS-RP) for 17 donors and the Government of Kenya

Strategy & Tactics, in partnership with regular counterparts South Consulting, won a highly competitive tender to provide an Advisory Team to review the GJLOS-RP until 2009. The team is led by David Everatt, and includes Dr Karuti Kanyinga of South, Pauline Nyamweya, Matthew Smith and others. This massive sector-wide programme has passed through the Short-term priorities programme (STPP) phase – a deliberate set of ‘quick wins’ to ensure broad buy-in and put inn place both physical and human capacity and begin laying the policy basis for reform – and is now in full implementation phase, the Medium term Strategy phase.  Reviews have been large, with case studies (of administrative districts and departments), surveys (of implementers, the 17 donors and others), policy reviews, documentary analysis, focus groups, literally hundreds of in-depth interviews and a range of other methods. The various reports have been complex and driven by the need to develop realistic recommendations, presented to review meetings and a high-level co-ordinating committee, and have all been endorsed. The reports are available either at the GJLOS website – http://www.gjlos.gov.ke or via the head of the Programme Co-ordinating Office, Jacques Carstens, at jcarstens@gjlos.co.ke
 

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