Security Sector Reform

To be effective and sustainable, security sector reform needs to engage everyone affected by the security system: government, security personnel and, importantly, citizens. Recognizing the need for a comprehensive planning strategy and process that include the participation of all those affected, PartnersGlobal developed the Security Governance Accountability and Performance Toolkit. Comprised of a framework and guide, the toolkit supports participants through a facilitated security sector reform planning process that lays the groundwork for joint prioritization, action planning ,and continual assessment of a country’s security sector.

Photo by PartnersGlobal In Burkina Faso, citizens and law enforcement jointly address violence on roadways
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High-level Senegal roundtable to focus on citizen-police collaboration on road security
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Guinea citizens become "actors in their own security"
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Why trust between security forces and citizens matters in the context of COVID-19
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PartnersGlobal Annual Report 2018

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Security: Governance, Accountability, & Performance Tool Kit PartnersGlobal created the Security: Governance, Accountability and Performance (SGAP) Framework based ...