Impact Evaluation

Evaluation of the Local Governance and Infrastructure Program

Date Published

Oct 8, 2018


Pablo Beramendi, Soomin Oh, Erik Wibbels



Beramendi, Pablo, Oh Soomin, and Erik Wibbels. 2018. LGI Final Report. Williamsburg, VA: AidData at William & Mary.


The USAID/West Bank and Gaza (WBG) Local Governance and Infrastructure (LGI) program was a four-year, 104 million dollar program that was in effect between 2012 and 2016. The program worked in a total of 28 municipalities across 11 governorates of WBG for both its governance and infrastructure components of the program. This evaluation, done through collaboration between USAID/WBG and AidData, assesses the impact of the three categories of governance activities that were implemented, namely institutional development, community planning, and participatory governance.

Funding: This evaluation was funded by USAID/West Bank and Gaza through a buy-in to a cooperative agreement (AID-OAA-A-12-00096) between USAID's Global Development Lab and AidData at the College of William and Mary under the Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN) Program.

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