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Capacity building for decentralised education service delivery in Ethiopia and Pakistan: a comparative analysis

June 2005

Watson, D. 2005. Capacity building for decentralised education service delivery in Ethiopia and Pakistan: a comparative analysis. (ECDPM Discussion Paper 57I). Maastricht: ECDPM.

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A case study prepared for the project ‘Capacity, Change and Performance’ organised by ECDPM.

This report compares the findings of the case studies of capacity building for decentralised education service delivery in Ethiopia and Pakistan (published as ECDPM Discussion Papers 57H and 57G, respectively), in accordance with the Terms of Reference. The report

  • summarises the main features of the two cases in terms of the national contexts, and features of the capacity building experiences in the two countries;
  • compares the main features of the contexts and capacity building experiences with a view to drawing conclusions about the apparent significance of various aspects of these experiences and
  • distils conclusions about what factors appear to matter most in the relationship between capacity, change and performance, and determine the feasibility of building effective capacity for devolved education service delivery over time.

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David Watson