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The GPSA Secretariat is a multidisciplinary team that works to implement the GPSA's mission on a daily basis
Chaired by the World Bank and composed of a broad and balanced representation of CSOs, donors and governments
The GPSA Multi-donor Trust Fund has received contributions from multiple donors
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Our process for selecting which projects and initiatives will be funded
The GPSA supports projects around the World
Where We Operate
Grants to CSOs are available in the countries that have opted-in to the GPSA
Global Call for Proposals
Country Call for Proposals
4th Call for Proposals
GPSA's Fourth Call for Proposals: ongoing!
The GPSA Partnership includes more than 300 organizations
Global Partners Forum
A 12-month pilot implemented in an initial group of four countries: Nepal, Tajikistan, Niger and Guinea
Global Partners Forum 2019
Knowledge & Learning
Knowledge & Learning is at the core of the GPSA.
We tackle relevant topics within social accountability through our resources and events.
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Global Partners Forum 2019
Welcome to the sixth edition of the GPSA Global Partners Forum! This year the Forum is organized in partnership with the World Bank’s Human Rights and De...
Social accountability for better education in Malawi: A
Ghana: Brighter Days, Better Health Services for the Asikiri
Social Accountability Stakeholder Forum Held in Accra, Ghana
Who are ‘the people’? – Making citizen participation models
Accountability in Education: The Role of Citizens in
Is Technology Transforming Social Accountability?
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Stories from the Field
Safe, Healthy Birth: More Pregnant Women are Using Proper Health Service Centers in Indonesia
The condition of Mother and Child Health service in Indonesia was inadequate before the existence of the Citizen Voice and Action program. Now, that...
Social Accountability Helps Moldovan Lyceum to Thrive
Petru Rares’ Lyceum in Soroca, Moldova, is an example of what can be achieved when citizens engage with local and national authorities in budget...
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Local Governance; Water and Sanitation; Education; Agriculture
Water and Sanitation
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Tuesday, July 30, 2019
How can New Technologies be Used for Strengthening Social Accountability?
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Information session on Call for Proposals (in French)
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