Cristina Hardaga Fernández
Chief of Party, Human Rights Accountability Activity (Promoviendo la Rendición de Cuentas por los Derechos Humanos (RED-DH))
Deputy Chief of Party, USAID Fair, Accountable, Independent, and Responsible Judiciary Program
Stepping Up Public Accountability in Somalia
To secure debt relief, Somalia must strengthen financial oversight practices and embrace principles of accountability.
Introducing the Rule of Law in Myanmar
Building a transparent and inclusive justice sector is a critical step to improving legal rights for Myanmar’s people in the wake of recent political transition.
Modernizing the Sri Lankan Judicial System
As Sri Lanka transitions to a more inclusive and democratic society, its government is reinforcing principles of judicial independence, accountability, and efficiency.
Strengthening Institutions in Georgia
Institutions in Georgia need strategic support if they are to play an important role in implementing the government’s reform program.
Strengthening Haiti’s Judicial System
An independent, credible, and effective judicial system will go a long way toward creating and preserving stability in Haiti.
Strengthening Government in Iraq’s Provinces
Provincial governments in Iraq must further develop their skills, resources, and processes so that they can deliver municipal services to their citizens and meet community needs.
News: Exploring the Nexus of Politics and Local Governance
Does international development take place inside a political vacuum, where the difference between success and failure hinges purely on getting the technical aspects of an intervention right? Or does development take place inside the unpredictable — and, at times, chaotic — world of politics, where the fate of even the most technically sound solution depends…