Pakistan: Access to Justice Program
sector: Public Sector Management | country: Pakistan
This validation agrees with the lessons enumerated in the project completion report (PCR). The lessons were that the Access to Justice Program (AJP) was too centrally designed and managed, supply-driven, and complex. The police reforms also lacked a well-grounded agenda, a clear mandate, and capacity on the part of ADB and the government to implement reforms. This portion of the PCR also noted the difference between the integrated outcomes of the design and monitoring framework (DMF), on the one hand, and the separated outcomes of the policy matrix.