Assessment of global indexes and other publications
Give policy related proposals, and recommendations on improving public domains
Conducting evidence-based policy research
Strengthening of citizen participation on the demand side of accountability for public service delivery
Creating database system facilitating comparative analysis based on accuracy and up-to-date data
Disseminating findings through publication and panel discussions
Monitoring of good governance principles and practices in service delivery
Documenting homegrown solutions based on Rwanda’s history and culture
Citizen Report Card 2010
Rwanda Governance Scorecard 2010
Governance for Production and Development
Land Management and Administration in Kigali City: A citizen Perception Survey
Rwanda Governance Review: Worldwide Governance Indicators
Documentation of the recommendations of the International Conference on Governance and Democracy: An African Perspective, July/2011
Rwanda Media Barometer; this seeks to assess and measure media development in the country. It uses a set of indicators grouped into six categories covering perception in all sectors of Rwanda society
Citizen Report Card 2011; this is a regular assessment survey which ascertains the levels of community satisfaction with regard to services rendered.
Documentation of Home Grown Initiatives/Solutions (HGI/S) and Best Practices (BP) for policy makers, researchers and the public. It will largely Package home grown initiatives and best practices as a communication strategy to better account for the post-genocide Renaissance of Rwanda;
Developing Middle Class Home Ownership the study will assess possible ways of enhancing middle-class homeownership, and set stage for proposing long term impact of supporting the middle class access to accommodation, and policy recommendations will be formulated in order to address issue related to homeownership among middle-class income
Rwanda’s Rational Land use through the Implementation of Land use Consolidation Policy, Crop Intensification and Rural settlement “Imidugudu” programs’. It will elicit perceptions of Rwandan citizens, on the implementation of the land use consolidation policy, crop intensification and “Imidugudu” programs. The study also sought to identify constraints and challenges related to their implementation; and to explore community views and suggestions to overcome bottlenecks and to sustain progress.
Survey on the Customers’ perception on Service Delivery in Rwanda Private Sector; The study aims at capturing the perception of customers (degree of satisfaction) on the status of service delivery in the Rwanda private sector
Survey on the Performance of Mediation Committees/Abunzi; the study aims to analyze the current planning and implementation of mediation committees work, measure the performance of mediators as an instance of community based justice, draw lessons learned and best practices for reference and future planning, assess shortcomings and challenges faced by mediators
Rwanda Governance Review: Documenting Governance Month; this a peer reviewed publication focusing on research and analysis of policy formulation and implementation in political, public and corporate governance
Rwanda Governance Scorecard 2011(RGS) this is a comprehensive governance assessment tool constructed from data generated from interviews structured around different indicators. The initiative reflects a commitment to evidence-based policies and objective self-assessment in order to identify areas for improvement and drive policy reforms
Standard Service Charters for Local Government: The standard service charter is barometer of assessing quality of service delivery. The idea of creating the Standard service charter in local government came to address the poor quality of service delivery observed in different services.
Audit of Service delivery in public and private sectors: GoR puts more efforts in improving service sector as stipulated in EDPRS and Vision 2020. To achieve this objective, it is important to assess the status of service delivery in different sectors (both private as well as public). The audit will identify gaps and challenges observed in institutions in charge of service provision. The audit will also formulate some policy recommendations of how service delivery should be improved.
Monitoring the recommendations from Rwanda Governance Scorecard 2010:
RGB committed itself to annually publish a Rwanda Governance Scorecard (RGS) which mainly aims at generating credible and reliable data on governance issues. In line with its mission of monitoring the practices of good governance in public and private institutions, RGB assess how the recommendations from the latest publication (RGS 2010) have been implemented by responsible institutions and to identify what challenges are remaining.