Promoting capacity
building and policy
dialogue to support
democratic transition,
efficiency and effectiveness
of the public sector
and good governance
reforms

 

The MENA-OECD Governance Programme Centre of Caserta has been established in September 2012 by The Italian National School of Administration (SNA) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) with the mission of developing training courses to support the public administrations of the Arab countries and to promote initiatives for capacity building in order to pursue efficiency and effectiveness of the public sector and Good Governance.

The Centre of Caserta is part of the MENA-OECD Governance Programme which fosters public sector reforms and strengthens international cooperation with a view to promote sustainable economic growth in the MENA Region.

The MENA-OECD Governance Centre is also part of the Action Plan on Open Governance and Anticorruption of the Deauville Partnership for Arab Countries in Transition (Governance Pillar).

Publication: Impact Assessment Report on the activities of the MENA OECD Governance Programme Centre

The Centre distinguishes itself by a high political value to support MENA countries’ institutions towards the path of good governance, a strategic priority of the OECD and of the Italian Government. This assessment might also serve to design a tool to assess public policy frameworks and to monitor progress in policy implementation over time.

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