Strengthening Institutions

Infrastructure investments can only succeed where planning, policy and legal frameworks are in place, regulatory enforcement is viable, an informed and cooperative  consumer base exists, cost recovery is a reality, and often, a PPP enabling environment is created to support financing, development, operations, management, maintenance and cost recovery.
Recognizing this, GlobalWorks parallels physical infrastructure investment with the strengthening and restructuring of implementing institutions, in order to  enhance service provision over the long term.
Our approach is individualized and dynamic, responding directly to the constraints of institutions and their service environments. Together with local counterparts, we work through processes of organizational development, strategic planning and human resource development, to formulate and implement practical and achievable reform initiatives, which are sustainable over the long term.



Improving the Delivery of Infrastructure Services, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu, Cook islands, Nauru, Micronesia, Palau, Papua New Guinea and Kiribati
To identify and evaluate key constraints facing urban infrastructure in the Pacific islands.
This unique assignment involved working with infrastructure leaders from ten Pacific island nations over a period of 18 months, to identify, classify and prioritize key service delivery issues and solutions in the power, water, environmental, transport and telecom sectors...
The assignment enabled infrastructure leaders to take action to address identified constraints, which necessitate improvements in market liberalization, corporatization of government service providers, improving regulation, enhancing community service obligations, and promoting private sector intervention.


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