20 Matching Projects

Enhancing Accountability and Performance of Social Service Contracts in Uganda

Organization(s):
Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC)
Country:
Uganda
Sector(s):
Agriculture, Health, Education

AFIC is working with government agencies to improve and support the use of tools for monitoring public procurement in health and education, and creating coalitions among key stakeholders to monitor a particular agriculture program.

Making the Budget Work for Ghana

Organization(s):
SEND Ghana
Country:
Ghana
Sector(s):
Health, Education

SEND is working with the government and local civil society organizations to strengthen budget monitoring and responsiveness and to improve access to and quality of priority health and education programs.

Health Check: Monitoring Primary Health Care Services in Rural Tanzania

Organization(s):
Daraja Development Limited
Country:
Tanzania
Sector(s):
Health

Daraja sought to improve the performance of primary health care facilities by gathering citizen perceptions of services and promoting dialogue between health service providers and community members to produce joint solutions to service delivery challenges.

Check My School Philippines

Organization(s):
Affiliated Network for Social Accountability – East Asia and the Pacific (ANSA-EAP)
Country:
Philippines
Sector(s):
Education

Check My School Philippines aims to improve the provision of services in public schools across the Philippines by collecting official data, validating it through community engagement, and facilitating the identification and resolution of problems.

Promoting Social Accountability in Education

Organization(s):
Oxfam GB, Oxfam Novib
Country:
Vietnam
Sector(s):
Education

The project aimed to improve the quality of basic education by empowering children, especially girls and ethnic minorities, to become agents of change in their schools. It also trained teachers and school managers on school governance practices, and engaged other relevant local actors in order to foster participation.

The Role of Government in Developing Madrasah in Indonesia

Organization(s):
Bandung Institute of Governance Studies (BIGS)
Country:
Indonesia
Sector(s):
Education

BIGS sought to improve education services through an assessment of the accountability, effectiveness, and efficiency of school operational funding for Islamic lower-secondary schools.

Monitoring the Department of Education’s Health-Related Budget for Public Schools

Organization(s):
Ateneo School of Government (ASoG)
Country:
Philippines
Sector(s):
Health, Education, Water, sanitation, and hygiene, Food and Nutrition

The Ateneo School of Government tracked the Department of Education’s funding of school health and nutrition programs and water and sanitation services, and assessed beneficiary perceptions of the impact of these services.

Local Access to Clean Water and Infrastructure

Organization(s):
Perkumpulan Inisiatif (PI)
Country:
Indonesia
Sector(s):
Water, sanitation, and hygiene, Housing, Infrastructure

PI worked with local partners to track funds allocated to provide clean water and water infrastructure, assess citizen perceptions of services, and facilitate community-service provider collaboration to improve the availability and accessibility of clean water services in Indonesia.

Making Community Voices Heard in Education under the Socialization Process in Vietnam

Organization(s):
The Australian Foundation for the Peoples of Asia and the Pacific (AFAP) in Vietnam
Country:
Vietnam
Sector(s):
Education

AFAP Vietnam sought to improve the quality of education services by conducting a review of a government-supported program in education, collecting people’s feedback on education services, and assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of school construction projects.

Collective Voice against Corruption

Organization(s):
Coalition for Integrity and Social Accountability (CISA)
Country:
Cambodia
Sector(s):
No sector focus

CISA held village-level community forums to raise citizen awareness of the importance of transparency and accountability, and to provide them an opportunity to address questions regarding government services to providers and local government officials.

Feedback for Improving the Quality of Education

Organization(s):
Khmer Institute for National Development (KIND) , Affiliated Network for Social Accountability – East Asia and Pacific (ANSA-EAP)
Country:
Cambodia
Sector(s):
Education

KIND and ANSA-EAP sought to improve the availability and quality of secondary school textbooks through tracking their distribution and delivery, surveying students, and facilitating collaboration between communities and public officials to address problems.

Tracking Sin Tax Revenues for Universal Health Coverage

Organization(s):
Action for Economic Reform (AER)
Country:
Philippines
Sector(s):
Health

AER worked closely with government officials to study the allocation of excise taxes on tobacco and alcohol to universal healthcare coverage.

Check My School Cambodia

Organization(s):
Khmer Institute for National Development (KIND)
Country:
Cambodia
Sector(s):
Education

In partnership with ANSA-EAP, KIND is building on the experience of Check My School Philippines to launch an online participatory monitoring initiative to promote constructive engagement between civil society and government in the education sector.

Better Public Health Services through Social Accountability Project

Organization(s):
Cambodian Civil Society Partnership (CCSP)
Country:
Cambodia
Sector(s):
Health

CCSP worked with local NGOs and community research teams to gather citizen feedback on the quality of commune-level health services in order to enhance citizen participation in the improvement of health service delivery.

Participatory Gender Audit of Jampersal (Childbirth Insurance)

Organization(s):
Aksara
Country:
Indonesia
Sector(s):
Health, Other

Aksara worked with local health care volunteers and community members to monitor the implementation of a free maternal health care delivery services scheme, and empower women to access and provide feedback on services vital to their sexual and reproductive rights.