Service delivery in Solomon Islands: a good start, but where to from here?

“… Since its commencement in 2003, the RAMSI mission has achieved excellent results in terms of restoring stability to SI, and Solomon Islands Government (SIG) agencies are functioning at a level far superior to that of 1998-2003. Admittedly this is a very low baseline, because from 1998-2003 SIG agencies barely functioned. Nevertheless, the achievement is undeniable: in 2013 SI public servants get paid, turn up at work (sometimes), and do their jobs (more or less)… However, the available data and anecdotal evidence indicates that a post-RAMSI governance performance plateau may be close…” [read more].

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