The Fundación Internacional y para Iberoamérica de Administración y Políticas Públicas (FIIAPP) is a public sector foundation that manages international cooperation projects within the 2030 Agenda framework. With a mandate based on the exchange of experiences between the public Administrations of different countries, it is a means for Spanish and European cooperation efforts. The Foundation works to support governments by focussing on international cooperation projects, assisting public policy reform processes shaped by partner country priorities.
To ensure efficient and effective implementation of ARAP Programme, the EU appointed FIIAPP to manage the budget and overall coordination of the programme. FIIAPP is responsible for working closely with stakeholder organisations on the strategy planning and delivery of the programme.
The ARAP Coordination Unit office is closed to the public but we are still working together with our partners during the Corona pandemic
ARAP Steering Committee members gathered in Accra for the 14th coordination meeting
The two-day retreat brought together all its stakeholders including the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Judicial Service (JS), Ghana Police Service (GPS), Office of Attorney General (OAG), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Legal Aid Commission (LAC), National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), and STAR Ghana. In attendance were representatives from the Council for Law Reporting and the European Union Delegation to Ghana (EUD)
Coordination and Management
FIIAPP has been appointed by the EU to implement the ARAP programme.
Its management team (Madrid) and coordination unit (Accra) lead the planning and reporting, technical assistance, implementation and financial management, communication and visibility, information and knowledge management, and monitoring and evaluation. It also supports coordination between stakeholders and other anti-corruption partners.
Most ARAP activities are owned and planned by stakeholders.
Some thematic areas, however, are led by FIIAPP. These are cross-cutting issues that are relevant to all stakeholders, which include some research, gender mainstreaming and environment-related activities.