The Effective Institutions Platform is an international partnership of over 60 (high, middle, and low income) countries and organisations (multilateral and bilateral development agencies, civil society, think tanks) which aims to support country needs and expectations in strengthening their public sector institutions. The Platform was created in 2012 in response to international commitments (such as the New Consensus on Effective Institutions) on the need to strengthen the effectiveness of our public sector institutions for the delivery of better public services.
What is the Effective Institutions Platform and what makes it different?
The EIP Strategic Framework is now available in English
15-16 April 2015:
The EIP Joint Secretariat participated in the Global Workshop of the ‘Initiative to Pilot Illustrative Work on Governance in the context of the SDGs’ which was hosted by the Government of Tunisia on 15-16 April. The initiative aims at illustrating the feasibility and measurability of the targets proposed by the Open Working Group in the proposed Goal 16. During the workshop, pilot countries (Albania, Indonesia, Rwanda and Tunisia) presented the work they have undertaken under the first (design) phase of the initiative (definition of feasible goals, targets and indicators). Read more on the News & Events