Accountability: quality and equity in public service provision
This handbook is for local level civil society practitioners who want to make services work better for the poor. It builds on current good practices which focus on strengthening local accountability in service provision and governance. Experience shows that accountability is a key issue in promoting more responsive and just service delivery. This handbook gives step-by-step guidance as to how civil society organisations and activists can help to improve local services by focusing on accountability.
Activism that works
Advocating for Evaluation: a toolkit to develop advocacy strategies to strengthen an enabling environment for evaluation
This toolkit contains guidance and tools on how to plan, design, implement, monitor and evaluate advocacy strategies to promote national evaluation policies and systems that are equity-focused and gender-responsive. It aims to help users understand the role of advocacy in increasing demand for evaluation, and develop operational strategies to promote demand for evaluation services.
Agreeing to Disagree: Dealing with Gender and Age in Redd Barna Uganda
This chapter discusses how Redd Barna Uganda (RBU) evolved its particular appraoch to participatory planning that involves five social groups: younger and older men and women, and children. It describes the steps that RBU takes to ensure the participation, in particular, of women and children in community-based planning.