"It focuses on specific, measurable and realistic actions; and includes time-bound output measures that will permit monitoring of achievements," the US embassy said.
"This structure will enable periodic review and evaluation of successes achieved, and updates of the actions in future years."
The action plan was developed with input from a series of regional workshops in 17 districts conducted for the ACP by the Center for Policy Alternatives (CPA), Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL), Janawaboda Kendraya, and Lawyers for Human Rights and Development.
A national conference is planned to discuss and refine the document before the final plan is presented to representatives of Government and Parliament at the end of July.
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