Geopolicity prepared local and state strategic plans for the Red Sea State using a participatory development process and strengthened the capacity of the State Administration at all levels. This was achieved through the designing and implementation of pro-poor strategies and ensuring sound development resources management, at the local state level, including strengthening of service delivery arrangements. A core facet of the project was to provide analytical and advisory support for quality economic growth, increasing export trade, and on removing the binding constraints to growth at the micro-level. This included work on corruption and property rights, as well as areas of insecurity.
Consultancy services for State Development Plan for Red Sea State in Northern Sudan, including developing service delivery models for local government, strengthening bottom up community accountability structures within a process of rapid fiscal decentralisation, and donor trust fund development and coordination
Regional reform program based on public finance management and new budgetary allocations.
'Geopolicity did an excellent job in conducting the Liberia Public Expenditure Review and Needs Assessment of the Security Sector in Liberia, for the World Bank and UN. The review was instrumental in supporting an orderly withdrawal of UNMIL'.
Jariya Hoffman, Senior Economist, World Bank