The Fellowship’s development would not be possible without substantial support from Oxford Policy Management. The programme is a product of OPM’s mission to better serve governments in developing countries in public policy reform in order to improve development outcomes across a wide range legal and socio-economic sectors.
Contributions for the programme also come from our government partners, which provide local level civil servant salaries to Fellows. The Law & Development Partnership (LDP) provide pro-bono technical backstopping and recruitment support, and the UK Department for International Development’s LASER programme has provided some support to the pilot phase of the Fellowship programme.
OPM is one of the world’s leading international policy development and management consultancies. We enable strategic decision-makers in the public and private sector to identify and implement sustainable solutions for reducing social and economic disadvantage in low- and middle-income countries.
Supported by a multinational team of more than 200 specialists on three continents, our success is based on a unique combination of high-quality analysis and 30 years’ practical experience of facilitating positive change in over 120 countries worldwide. The fields in which we operate range from health, education and the extractive industries through to public sector finance and administration, social welfare, and national statistical systems and household surveys.