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A significant number of GPSA projects specifically focus on targeting vulnerable populations to include them in social accountability processes and ensure specific services for vulnerable people are accessible, responsive and of good quality. Some of these projects are centered around conditional cash transfers programs aiming at improving human development among poor households, while another focuses on reactivating local health committees and introducing Community Score Cards and locally designed charters to improve the inclusion of the most vulnerable in the local healthcare system.
The project focuses on supporting grassroots civil society organizations in Latin America. It promotes IPLC’s effective participation in policy dialogue and direct community investments for climate action.
The GPSA partnered with a consortium of eight CSOs geographically spread across the country, to monitor the COVID19 emergency response.
Publish What You Pay Indonesia with its local partners contributed to improving the management and governance in the mining sector at the subnational level by developing a collaborative social accountability mechanism called multi-stakeholder forums (MSFs).
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.
What Next for Strategic Social Accountability?
Supporting Politically Smart Social Accountability