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Peru - Second Justice Services Improvement Project : Peru - Segundo Proyecto De Mejoramiento De Los Servicios De Justicia (Espanhol)

The development objective of the Second Justice Services Improvement Project for Peru is to improve the quality of service delivery by the participating institutions and to enhance access to justice with a focus on citizens' needs for justice services. There are four components to the project. The first component of the project is improved justice services delivery. The objective of this component is to support improvements in procedural processing time and attention to users of justice services through the provision of technical assistance to improve the efficiency and timeliness of services offered by the Judiciary and the Attorney General's Office, among other institutions. The second component of the project is improved human resources management capacity. This component seeks to enhance the human resources management capacity of personnel in the participating institutions through a performance-based methodology of selection, evaluation, promotion and sanction, and through more integrated training programs. This will include the use of modern concepts of human resources planning and performance, such as the use of performance-based management. The third component of the project is enhanced transparency and access to justice. This component aims to develop a stronger anti-corruption strategy for the Judiciary, including training for magistrates and personnel of the OCMA (Anti-corruption Office of the Judiciary). This component will also seek to enhance access to justice for resource-poor citizens, including support for legal aid and conciliation services through the Ministry of Justice (ALEGRAs) and through promoting participatory campaigns with civil society. The fourth component of the project is project management, monitoring, and evaluation. This component seeks to maintain and to strengthen the Project Coordination Unit (PCU), including strengthening procurement, financial management and monitoring and evaluation capacities within the Judiciary (where the PCU is located) to implement the project on behalf of the five participating institutions.


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    Peru - Segundo Proyecto De Mejoramiento De Los Servicios De Justicia

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