RIPA International (formerly known as the Royal Institute of Public Administration) is celebrating 90 years of excellence, helping improve organisations across the world.
This year RIPA International (formerly known as the Royal Institute of Public Administration) is celebrating 90 years of excellence in the field of capacity building and strengthening Ministries, Departments and Agencies worldwide. Counsel has been provided to some of the most notable public sector organisations and government departments around the world, developing best practice in public administration in the Commonwealth and other nations across the world.
Since 1922 RIPA International has provided guidance to Government Ministers, Heads of State, Commissioners and Permanent Secretaries from Commonwealth countries and other regions. RIPA International also works with major international development donors including the World Bank, the Department for International Development, the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission.
RIPA International creates value by providing sustainable long-term capacity building programmes and has a compelling record of development projects completed in Africa, MENA, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
Building and maintaining relationships continue to be of the utmost importance for RIPA International. Denise Smart, Managing Director, Tim Runacre, Sales and Product Director, Rachel Tame, Operations and Quality Manager, and other members of the RIPA International team regularly visit countries in the Commonwealth to develop and nurture these valuable bonds. Denise Smart commented,
'I am very proud to have been part of RIPA International since 1995. When I have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to travel and meet some of our RIPA International delegates, it's always been a real pleasure. If you or one of your colleagues have attended a RIPA International course, please get in touch, we'd love to hear from you.'
In 2012, the organisation continues to provide fresh ideas for people-centred development and public service excellence in a cost-effective manner and new programmes continue to be added, reflecting the changing financial and economic environment as we approach 2013.
For more information please contact FrÃ¤nzel Schneider at RIPA International: Fraenzel.firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel +44(0)207-470-9141, Fax +44(0)207-242-7893, or visit our website - http://www.ripainternational.co.uk/Home.aspx