Case Studies

 

International Rescue Committee
Democratic Republic of Congo | Education
Scorecard interface meetings as part of IRC’s Tuungane program in DRC created the space for constructive engagement between citizens and state, and provided opportunities to link up with higher levels of authorities to strategically address a problem.

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Expert Grup
Moldova | Education
Expert Grup’s project in Moldova is focused on empowering Moldovan citizens to engage local, regional and national authorities in education reform dialogue through public hearings, community cards and independent budget analysis.

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Public Affairs Center
India | Infrastructure (Roads)
Public Affairs Center’s (PAC) implemented in India devised simple monitoring tools that citizens could use to monitor roads before and after construction. Citizens after monitoring engaged directly with authorities to effect changes based on the collected information.

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State Accountability and Voice Initiatives
Nigeria | Infrastructure (Roads)
In Jigawa State, Nigeria, the State Accountability and Voice Initiative (SAVI) is empowering Community Based Organizations (CBOs) to monitor State government infrastructure projects in their localities and engage with the State government at different levels to ensure proper implementation. 

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Community Action Network
Ireland | Municipal services (housing)
The goal of Community Action Network (CAN)’s project in Ireland was to empower residents of the Dolphin House – the largest local authority complex in Ireland – to challenge poor housing conditions.

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Jerusalem Intercultural Center
Israel | Municipal services
Jerusalem Intercultural Center’s (JICC) project in Israel also aimed to empower city residents by training them to register a complaint and subsequently to engage with public officials to improve municipal services in their neighborhoods.

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Integrity Action and The Applied Research Institute in Jerusalem
West Bank and Gaza | Water
Integrity Action from West Bank and Gaza in collaboration with the Applied Research Institute Jerusalem established Hebron Committee for Better Services in the Hebron city of West Bank Gaza to address issues of shortages of water and unfair water allocation with an aim to provide different stakeholders with space to constructively engage and share information.

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Oxfam
Tajikistan |Water
Oxfam in Tajikistan supported the establishment of Water Service Providers’ Advisory Board in Mominabad district to bring together all relevant stakeholders to discuss issues of service reliability and quality.

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Reproductive Health Uganda
Uganda | Health
The main objective of project implemented by Reproductive Health Uganda was to empower non-state actors to become meaningful and inclusive participants in civic processes concerning pro-poor health.

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The World Bank Group
Dominican Republic | Health
The main objective of the World Bank’s IPAC project in Dominican Republic was to engage representatives from many NGOs and civil society, government ministries, the private sector, and international development agencies in an effort to improve transparency and reduce corruption.

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World Vision
Malawi | Youth
In Malawi, World Vision encouraged the establishment of a stakeholder committee mandated to find long-term solutions to the barriers of improving education outcomes as had been identified by the community. These barriers ranged from teacher absenteeism to child marriage.

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UNICEF
Nepal | Youth
The Adolescent Development and Participation (ADAP) program by UNICEF in Nepal aims to facilitate effective participation of adolescents in local planning processes that has led to better outcomes in a number of sectors, including in education sector.

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Publish What you Pay
Indonesia | Extractive Industries
The aim of this project by Publish What You Pay in Indonesia was to strengthen CSO participation in the Multiple Stakeholder Groups to ensure that they can effectively participate in the EITI processes.

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Publish What You Pay
Niger | Extractive Industries
The aim of this project by Publish What You Pay in Niger was to strengthen CSO participation in the Multiple Stakeholder Groups to ensure that they can effectively participate in the EITI processes.

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