Learning is in the Global Partnership for Social Accountability's (GPSA) DNA.

Since it’s launch in 2012, the GPSA has been evolving its learning for results work.

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The GPSA’s theory of action (ToA) – which describes the GPSA’s role in contributing to change - and Results Framework are key building blocks of its learning for results work. In 2020, after a process of learning and reflection with our partners, the GPSA introduced a new iteration of these documents. They build on lessons from GPSA-supported operations between 2012 and 2019 as well as the growing body of evidence about social accountability, governance and development.

 

Theory of Action

 

Results Framework

 

 

The GPSA’s Theory of Action at a Glance

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These are living documents, which can be updated as new insights from practice and evidence emerge or the conditions change in the environment for social accountability and the GPSA. They replace previous versions of these documents.