The third paper in AGI's Art of delivery series, focuses on the importance of customising delivery mechanisms to achieve results. Whether it is to build roads or stop Ebola, you need effective delivery systems.
Changing it up, looks at examples of delivery adaptations in some of AGI's partner countries - including Sierra Leone, Liberia and Rwanda - and argues that we need to ask what kind of adaptation works best when. Author, Dan Hymowitz, writes that "the only way to get a delivery system that improves implementation is to start with the four building blocks of delivery, test different approaches, and then adapt them."
Please note that the previous AGI governance programmes transitioned as of 1 March 2017 into the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, a not for profit company limited by guarantee. AGI will continue to fund and monitor such programmes in line with its charitable objects, and the charity is expected to wind down later this year.
Information on governance programmes within this site refer to AGI's work between 2008-16. Up-to-date information on the delivery of these programmes and the other work of the Institute can be found at the Institute's website