During the past decade, Viet Nam attained middle-income country status as a result of impressive economic growth. However progress in social development, including education and health, has been less rapid contributing to slower growth in human development, indicating remaining governance system challenges to keep pace with economic development. UNDP Viet Nam’s governance work focuses on three main pillars: human rights, rule of law and access to justice, along with parliamentary development and public administration reform. Our interventions in governance are made through nationally-executed projects and the work of in-house governance policy advisors.
The Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI 2015): Measuring citizens' experiences April 12, 2016
Local governance, corruption, and public service quality: Evidence from a national survey in Viet Nam December 30, 2015