The project delivered two training workshops in 2012: a workshop in Bern, Switzerland and a training workshop in Mozambique. Participants discussed the concepts of fiscal, administrative and political decentralisation. They also learned to recognise key features of political economy analysis and learned how political economy diagnostics can be useful to understand decentralisation and local governance. Moreover, they learned about local governance and domestic accountability. They discussed the mobilisation of own revenues as a way to strengthen accountability and the relationship between decentralisation and sector-support programmes.