State capacity has become a major research topic in the social sciences. A large and growing literature argues that if we wish to explain long-run political changes and enduring differences in economic and political development among countries, we first need to understand how states become able to control their territories, raise revenue, establish effective bureaucracies, and deliver public services. Economists are typically interested in the contribution of state capacity to sustained economic growth.
The governance challenge encompasses both the planning and implementation sides. Our experts have remained involved in supporting the governments in 3 continents including Asia, Africa and North America. Assistance has been provided to public, private and humanitarian organizations in British Columbia, Baghdad, Dammam, Doha, Saudi Arabia, Bermuda, Jordan, Canada, Iraq, Pakistan, Qatar and Sudan for augmenting their planning and implementation capacities.
We provide multi-sectoral information management, vulnerability mapping analysis, need assessment service, food security, logistics, transportation, community development, urban planning, energy, education, health, climate change, election and issues related to digital divide among communities.
- Mapping the Sectoral Priorities of Provincial Governments in Pakistan
- Design, implementation and monitoring of development plans and strategies
- Design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of governance policies and programs
- Developing decision support systems for evidence based policy making