Sierra Leone is a post-conflict country with a civil service that is afflicted with low pay, low personnel capacity at the management level, and weak incentives to improve performance. To ameliorate service delivery and develop better infrastructure for citizens, Sierra Leone needs to increase the functional and organizational capacity of its civil service. The challenge is to improve civil service competitiveness in terms of pay, performance and accountability. To make a difference in Sierra Leone, the following adaptive challenges need to be tackled: 

  • How to build project ownership among the project implementers.
  • How to strengthen the capacity of the project's management team. 
  • How to create joint accountability for results across agencies.

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