areas in the spotlight
Social accountability and citizen engagement can address challenges associated with the implementation of policy actions targeted at the immediate and systemic causes of the learning crisis.
The project aims to support Jordanian CSOs in developing their capacities to engage with the school partners at the local level, and the education stakeholders at the central level, to improve resilience and strengthening the education system and student performance.
The Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT), was awarded a GPSA grant to enhance access and quality of health and education services, and increase citizen engagement in policy-making.
The GPSA awarded a grant to Oxfam to work with the Institute Governance Reform (IGR) to empower citizens through social accountability interventions, and improve the utilization of post-Ebola recovery funds in the health and the education sectors.
The grant will help EXPERT-GRUP and beneficiaries improve reforms and increase transparency in the use of public resources.
This project for improved education began in 2017, led by Eco-développement, an organization which exclusively seeks to develop schools in Mauritania.
The Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN) was awarded a GPSA grant to strengthen the institutional capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs).
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