ALL GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT IS LOCAL

In countries around the world, most of the pro-poor public services that are required to achieve sustainable global development—education, health services, access to clean water, sanitation and so on—are delivered at the local level.

The Local Public Sector Initiative (LPSI) engages in evidence-based policy research to determine how the localization of public services and the decentralization of the public sector can help achieve global development outcomes.

LPSI further provides technical assistance and training to advance the global development community's understanding of the local public sector in order to promote inclusive and sustainable development.

 
 
 
RESEARCH
The LPS's role in achieving development outcomes
METHODOLOGY
Measuring localization: The LPS Methodology
NEWS/BLOGS
(The) Local Public Sector Matters
   
 
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