This study focuses on the Government of Bangladesh and the Department for International Development-UK (DFID-UK) public sector capacity building project under collaborative public governance. It examines the efficiency and effectiveness of foreign funded and multi-stakeholder led public sector capacity development initiative dubbed Managing at the Top, Stage-2 project and how it contributed to the human resource capacity development in Bangladesh. A combination of data from governmental sources, in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, participant observation as well as personal insights of the authors was adopted. The result showed the project was successful to a great extent despite some challenges.
- public sector capacity building
- collaborative public governance
- training and development
- governance reform