Developing a portfolio of financially sustainable, scalable basic legal service models: Costing methodology paper

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Title of the PDF document Developing a portfolio of financially sustainable, scalable basic legal service models: Costing methodology paper
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Description of the resource This methodological paper sets out an approach to costing the delivery of basic legal services at scale as applied to a range of basic legal service models in a recent study funded by the Open Society Foundations and International Development Research Centre. The study developed a broader framework for thinking about how basic legal service interventions can be taken to scale in a sustainable manner to enable improved access to justice for people living in the most vulnerable Low Income Countries (LICs) and Fragile and Conflict-Affected States (FCAS). Analysing costs and benefits is key to understanding the feasibility of scaling up basic legal service provision.
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This methodological paper sets out an apprThis methodological paper sets out an approach to costing the delivery of basic legal services at scale as applied to a range of basic legal service models in a recent study funded by the Open Society Foundations and International Development Research Centre. The study developed a broader framework for thinking about how basic legal service interventions can be taken to scale in a sustainable manner to enable improved access to justice for people living in the most vulnerable Low Income Countries (LICs) and Fragile and Conflict-Affected States (FCAS). Analysing costs and benefits is key to understanding the feasibility of scaling up basic legal service provision. scaling up basic legal service provision. +
"Developing a portfolio of financially sustainable, scalable basic legal service models – Costing methodology paper," Namati, April 19, 2017, accessed July 31, 2018, https://goo.gl/KctCLp +
Developing a portfolio of financially sustainable, scalable basic legal service models: Costing methodology paper +