This section introduces the PPD Reform Process Table, which measures the impact on the reform process. It divides the reform Process into five areas, 1) Issue Identification and Prioritization, 2) Solution Design, 3) Advocacy and Handover to Public Sector, 4) Legislative / Executive Process, 5) Implementation, M&E and Follow-up.
For each of these steps, the PPD’s impact on a given reform is scored as follows and summed up:
– 0: The PPD has no impact on this step whatsoever and was not involved in any way in the step being carried out.
– 1: This step benefited from input from the PPD but only to a limited extent.
– 2: The role of the PPD was crucial in the accelerating this step; it played a leading role in ensuring that the step took place or created the conditions to allow it to happen.
– 3: The PPD was solely responsible for this step. Without the PPD, this step would not have been taken.
The section also presents how the PPD Reform Process Tables applied in Mekong PPDs and the Liberia Better Business Forum, as well as an exercise for practice.