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Scaling Social Accountability: Evidence from Africa, Asia and the Caucasus

Publisher: World Vision 2019


This publication is intended to share World Vision’s evidence of the impact of social accountability after 12 years investment in research and application across 48 countries, including 15 designated as fragile contexts/states. The evidence is drawn from studies undertaken by Oxford and Columbia Universities and more than a dozen independent mixed method evaluations across more than 10 countries.

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