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23

Jul

Budget transparency– New frontiers in transparency and Accountability

This paper makes clear the gains of the past ten years in the budget monitoring sector. It concludes that the past ten years can be seen as an origination phase during which the sector has built a sound foundation that is well anchored in real demand and with complete ownership by country-level actors...

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16

Jul

Getting a Seat at the Table: Civil Society Advocacy for Budget Transparency in “Untransparent” Countries

This policy note presents the findings of a study undertaken in 10 countries to identify the barriers and challenges that civil society groups face in carrying out advocacy projects...

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16

Jul

How, When, and Why to Use Demand-Side Governance Approaches

This note, offers a process-oriented guide to strengthening demand-side governance approaches in World Bank projects with a step-by-step approach for determining how demand for good governance (DFGG) tools and approaches can be applied to different types of Bank-funded projects...

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16

Jul

Implementing a Transparency and Accountability Policy to Reduce Corruption: The GAVI Alliance in Cameroon

This Brief is about the GAVI Alliance – an alliance of the world’s major players in global immunisation – which uncovered massive misuse of its grants in Cameroon in 2011...

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2

Jul

Feedback Matters: Designing Effective Grievance Redress Mechanisms for Bank-financed Projects (Part 2: Practice)

This note focuses on the “practice” of GRM by presenting a process for establishing an effective GRM or strengthening an existing one and is built on Building on the “theory” of GRM outlined in the first part of this two-part series.

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