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What is the contribution of infrastructure to service delivery? Methodological challenges faced during an evaluation of law and justice built infrastructure in Papua New Guinea

CollectionsGlobal Conference on Research Integration and Implementation (2013)
Title: What is the contribution of infrastructure to service delivery? Methodological challenges faced during an evaluation of law and justice built infrastructure in Papua New Guinea
Author(s): Baker, Alison
Cifuentes, Mariana
Roberts, Joanne
Keywords: infrastructure
service delivery
challenges
Papua New Guinea
Date published: 8-Sep-2013
Publisher: Australian National University
Citation: Baker, A., Cifuentes, M., Roberts, J. (2013). What is the contribution of infrastructure to service delivery? Methodological challenges faced during an evaluation of law and justice built infrastructure in Papua New Guinea. Digital poster presented at the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation, September 8-11 2013, Canberra, ACT.
Description: 
Objective of evaluation:*PNG-Australia Law and Justice Partnership (GoPNG-GoA) *AusAID funded evaluation *The focus of the evaluation was to provide an understanding of how investments in infrastructure had contributed to service delivery *Traditionally, the provision of infrastructure is seen as an enabler rather than contributing more broadly to the quality of service provided *This evaluation challenged this understanding by testing relationships between the quality of infrastructure and service delivery
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/11067

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