The JSI takes a comprehensive approach to its work involving all parts of the court system both on the local and national level and builds on previous USAID achievements, such as the National Institute of Justice and Model Courts (MCs). Initiatives are closely coordinated with the efforts of other donors and implementers such as the European Union, Open Society Foundation, etc.


At the regional level, USAID develops court administration best practices through Model Courts and Courts in Partnership with a special focus on reducing case delay and fostering transparency. At the national level USAID works to strengthen the strategic and management capacity of Supreme Judicial Council to operate as a national court administration office, placing it at the center of the efforts to reengineer the judicial system.


To help meet the goals for decreasing case delays and increasing transparency, IPA provided IT Hardware and Software to over 30 Court System locations.  The equipment, including 200 workstations, servers, recording equipment and printers were installed to update and upgrade the IT infrastructure within the Court System.  IPA’s full supply chain solution included price negotiations; pre-shipment services including asset management, consolidation of equipment into “IT Kits” and secure packaging for international transit; international logistics for multiple shipments and end destinations; as well as after-sales service and warranty support.