WB: Impact Evaluation Study for Legal and Judicial Reform Project
WB: Impact Evaluation Study for Legal and Judicial Reform Project

Client: Ministry of Justice/The World Bank

Project Date: August, 2007

Brief Narrative Description of the Project: 

The development objective of the project is to assist the Government of Mongolia enhance public trust and confidence in the legal system as a whole and the judiciary in particular, through the design and testing of new tools and systems that promote better access to legal information, the establishment and operation of a specialized court system, and improved legal education and profession. The project has the following three main components: 

  • Establishment and operation of the Administrative Court System (ACS) in Mongolia to promote transparency and governance; 
  • Knowledge sharing and capacity building to foster access to justice; 
  • Start enhancing the legal education and legal profession to provide market based solutions for better delivery of services; 

Description of Actual Services provided by the firm: The overall objective of the Impact Evaluation Survey was to assist the Borrower and IDA project team to evaluate progress achieved in the implementation of the three main project components, to assist in the identification of lessons learned, and to identify potential recommendations for future assistance. This objective was expected to be accomplished through design, conduct and analysis of specialized surveys and statistical data with regard to each project component. Surveys were to be conducted in Ulaanbaatar City, and with respect to the Administrative Court System, in Ulaanbaatar City Capital Administrative Court, Aimag Administrative Courts located in Darkhan-Uul, Moron and Tuv.

Number of Person-Months: 12

Approximate value of services provided by the firm (in US$): 25,000

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