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3

Jan

Making Budgets Work for Ghana

Final Evaluation of the GPSA/SEND-Ghana project Publication coming soon

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3

Jan

Reinforcing social accountability in health services in Sud Kivu and Kongo Central provinces

Final evaluation of the GPSA/CODESA project This report looks at the GPSA-funded project implemented by the Dutch NGO Cordaid to reinforce the CODESAs in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The Comité de Développement Sanitaire (Sanitary Development Committee), or CODESA, is a committee made of community members who co-manage their primary health-care facilities (HF) and lead the sanitary development of their area. The GPSA/CODESA project took place in two provinces, Sud Kivu and Congo Central, which are located 1,800 …

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18

Nov

Social Accountability Approaches: Supporting CSOs to realise better UHC health outcomes

Societal consensus on the goals of Universal Health Coverage (UHC)provides communities ‘left behind’ with a potential space to have representation at all levels, and advocate for better health and well-being. Conceptually, this advocacy is not restricted to a single program or dimension of health. Current Global Health Initiatives (GHIs), however, are often program or disease specific, and correspondingly promote Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)’s work in these areas, to the detriment of issues that cut across the health system. Program and …

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14

Oct

[Spanish] Evaluación Formativa Proyecto Prácticas de Buen Gobierno en República Dominicana (Proyecto Vigilantes)

Fundación Intermón Oxfam, a non-governmental organization focusing on poverty and human rights, received a GPSA grant to strengthen the transparency and accountability of government services in the Dominican Republic. The grant intended to help CSOs and citizens participate in the national budget process, and in the budgets and services of water, sanitation, education, and agriculture. This grant supported three components aiming to: 1) establish a macro-level “observatory” permitting CSOs and citizens to analyze, monitor, and provide feedback on the national …

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