At PwC we work closely with governments—and their development partners—to meet the myriad needs of poor citizens in developing and transitioning countries. Our aim is simple:
to improve the efficiency, and the effectiveness, of the services we deliver by promoting innovation, reducing costs, assuring accountability and establishing results-based management.
Needless to say, a strong belief in good governance and acommitment to government ownership lies at the basis of all our work in public sector management, infrastructure,tax administration, financial sector reform, fund monitoring and healthcare. In fact, we regard transparency and harmonisation amongst governments, donors and other partners, and the strengthening of government systems, as essential to sustainable development.
But none of this would be possible without the enormous knowledge sharing capabilities that PwC possesses. So, thanks to a powerful set of communication tools, over six hundred of PwC's development professionals (in eighty countries) are able offer a complete range of services, tailored to your specific needs, wherever you may need them. As part of our commitment to helping countries and donors navigate the intricacies of international development, we apply global knowledge locally to help reduce poverty.