Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge and Policy
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UNITING BO AND MAKENI

Bo and Makeni are the second and third largest cities of Sierra Leone. The two cities are homes to Mendes and Themes, the two largest of the 16 ethnic groups. Each of the two groups account for slightly more than […]

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Building Peace and Social Accountability: Lessons from Sierra Leone

Listen to “Building Peace and Social Accountability: Lessons from Sierra Leone” on Spreaker. Politics, #andrewlavali, #igr, #instituteforgovernancereform, #pearsoninstitute, #rootofconflict, #sierraleone, #uc3p Our founding Executive Director, Andrew Lavali recently delivered a public lecture at the Pearson Institute, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago where he discussed […]

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BIO-METER ONE YEAR ASSESSMENT

This report, commonly referred to as the Bio-Meter, is a citizen’s scorecard on the state of implementation of the various campaign promises made by President Bio during the run-up to the March 2018 elections. This report provides a detailed account […]

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Promoting Sustainable Development

We believe that weak institutions and unaccountable governance is greatly contributing to Sierra Leone’s failure in meeting most of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by December 2015. Failures of essential services undermine public trust in working with government on the […]

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Strengthening Political Governance

Improving leadership capabilities and training at various starters of governances (central and local government, civil society and private sector) contributes to poor governance and the lack of openness in political processes. We believe passionately that sustainable economic development can only […]

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