Implementation Support
We provide hands-on support to help governments with the hard work of implementation.

Overview

Writing plans is easy, the challenge is implementing them. Most governments have no shortage of plans and aspirations. Successfully implementing those plans is much more difficult. We apply our expertise to support governments with the hard work of implementation.

Delivery is a set of approaches, tools, and guidelines which help governments improve implementation. Used well, Delivery can support governments to achieve rapid and transformational improvements in their systems.


Our implementation support typically includes
  • Engaging political leadership 
  • Problem solving to get to the bottom of challenges and identify solutions
  • Building and integrating data systems
  • Using, analyzing and disseminating data
  • Identifying what is working, and spreading good practices to other parts of the system
  • Capacity building to improve the skills of officials at all levels, with a focus on:
    • on-the-job support through coaching visits to districts
    • regular congresses which bring together key officials to learn from each other
    • rapid identification, documentation, and dissemination of best practices
  • Resolving conflicts or challenges that arise during implementation
  • Establishing and maintaining routines to review progress and solve problems as they arise
Amine in the DRC
“The work is highly challenging but incredibly rewarding - the strong implementation focus means I get to directly see the impact of my work”
By Daniela Amura & Amine El Mourid | On August 28, 2018
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How granular data helped improve skilled birth attendance in Punjab, Pakistan
Leveraging existing monitoring systems to rapidly collect useful data for governments.
By Fenton Whelan & Will Anderson | On March 20, 2018
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Independent monitoring dramatically improved health facilities in Punjab, Pakistan
How an independent monitoring team helped transform the Government’s ability to rapidly improve health facilities.
By Fenton Whelan | On March 08, 2018
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