Looking For


Legitimacy, Policy Design and Dynamic Implementation are fundamental and important Policy components which makes the difference and achieves positive public impact.

First Component


                The underlying support for a policy and the attempts to achieve it. For an initiative to have legitimacy, there needs to be public confidence behind it and in the institutions involved, stakeholder engagement in the policymaking process and the necessary political commitment backing the policy.


Second Component

Policy Design

The design quality of policies intended to achieve impact .For an initiative to be a well-designed policy, it needs to have clear objectives to ensure common agreement on the problem the policy is trying to solve, take into consideration suitable evidence, as well as have feasibility, to ensure there are no legal, human resource or financial barriers that would affect impact.

Third Compoment

Dynamic Implementation

Translation of policies into real-world effect.To translate the idea behind an initiative into effective action, the appropriate management and measurement mechanisms need to be in place to ensure progress is made, as well as an alignment of interests of those actors required to make change happen. From the other hand , dynamism  is characterized by new ideas, perceptions of renewal, continuous development. Also is characterized by quick and flexible high adaptation actions. Dynamism requires knowledge renewal, effective and rapid execution as well as continuous engagement.

The project will start with a multi-partner blitz MOU between the
Observatory, partner institutions and donors. The MOU will lay out all modes
of cooperation.

Inception agreement will draw the technical details of the Observatory, its
modus operandi, and long term strategy for operation.
The Observatory aspires to be an ombudsman for transparency and

Design and implementation of operating procedures, publications and data
guidelines, and certification of policies will take place next.
This is to ensure institutional credibility. It includes everything from policies
and procedures, to operational guidelines, communication policies, risk management
strategies, and stakeholder management procedures.

After all startup and piloting work is completed, the Observatory will start
running by publishing the first round of indexes.
The Observatory will publicly disseminate all information about the indexes
and its research.

Awareness and visibility efforts will follow the project in every step during
implementation in academia, media, public discussions, etc.