Project Description

Democracy International conducted a comprehensive assessment of Jordan’s rule of law and anticorruption environment to assist USAID’s strategic planning for long-term programming in the country. The assessment included an analysis of the primary challenges and opportunities in advancing rule of law and combating corruption, a review of existing programs, and a strategy for follow-on programming. DI’s findings sought to analyze existing legal frameworks, obstacles toward full implementation of existing laws and new initiatives, political or cultural constraints to reducing corruption and improving institutional performance, cross-cutting impacts of corruption on other governmental functions and responsibilities, and potential opportunities for progress.

Duration

2013

Location

Jordan

Practice Area

Learning
Governance

Client

USAID

Team

Michael Cowan

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