Victoria Chambers is an experienced researcher in the politics of service delivery, with extensive field experience in sub-Saharan Africa.
Victoria Chambers is an experienced research officer and is currently part of a programme of work on the politics of service delivery that uses applied political economy methods to identify and address governance constraints to delivery. She was previously a member of the ‘Africa Power and Politics Programme’ (APPP) contributing to the APPP’s local governance and leadership research stream in Rwanda. Vikki has a particular interest in local governance and works frequently with a range of bilateral and multilateral agencies as well as NGOs, to generate evidence and provide practical guidance on how political and governance constraints and opportunities affect public goods and service provision in different sectors. Her country experience includes Benin, Burkina Faso, DRC, Ghana, Guinea, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka.
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