Institute for State Effectiveness

For The Kabul Conference

  • Amount
    $100,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    6/14/2010
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) brings policy and governance expertise to the process of state-building. Founded by former Afghan finance minister Ashraf Ghani, it has close relationships in Afghanistan and is a leading player in building the institutions needed to enable that nation's stability. The Government of Afghanistan has asked for support from the ISE team to support the definition of its near, medium, and long-term objectives and support consensus-building among Afghan and international actors on both these objectives and the mechanisms through which they are to be realized.
About the Grantee
Address
1050 30th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20007, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) works to advance more responsive, accountable governance as the bedrock of better outcomes for citizens. Over the coming 18 months, ISE will continue to advance new solutions to help strengthen the relationships and accountabilities between citizens, states, and markets. ISE provides practical country-level design and implementation support to improve the core functions of government, brings together networks and organizations to advance thinking on issues of institutional reform, supports education and training for managers and leaders of country transitions, and provides advice and tool sets to governments and leaders supporting development. ISE is invited by the senior-most officials in countries (e.g., presidents’ and prime ministers’ offices) to work on governance, reform agendas, and building state capability and core state functions. (Strategy: Global Development and Population)
for the Kabul Conference  
The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) brings policy and governance expertise to the process of state-building. Founded by former Afghan finance minister Ashraf Ghani, it has close relationships in Afghanistan and is a leading player in building the institutions needed to enable that nation's stability. The Government of Afghanistan has asked for support from the ISE team to support the definition of its near, medium, and long-term objectives and support consensus-building among Afghan and international actors on both these objectives and the mechanisms through which they are to be realized.

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