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Social Accountability: What are the Lessons for Improving Family Planning and Reproductive Health Programs?A Review of the Literature

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Authors: Victoria Boydell and Jill Keesbury
Published by: the Population Council
Date: October 2014

This paper draws on the debates and emerging lessons of the social accountability field to better understand its potential for improving familiy planning (FP) and reproductive health (RH) programs. It synthesizes the literature across a variety of sectors including the health sector, and on broad review papers as well as individual studies related to FP/RH programs.

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