E-Discussion: Strengthening Systems, Changing Local Power Dynamics and Empowering Women: How Does Social Accountability Contribute?

March 13, 2019 to March 31, 2019
Online

During two weeks, from March13 through March 31, Sue Cant, World Vision International’s social accountability adviser, and the GPSA co-facilitated a e-forum based on the findings from an evaluation recently completed for the GPSA Wahana Visi project, Citizen Voice and Action for Government Accountability and Improved Services: Maternal, Newborn, Infant and Child Health. 

If you did not get a chance to participate in the GPSA KP webinar we had on this topic on March 12th, the webinar recording and presentation are available here.

A blog was also published here. Co-facilitators include Prof. Gill Westhorp, Director of Community Matters and lead evaluator for the project, Andreas Sihotang, former manager of the project and now Phd student, and Elvi Tambunan, Wahana Visi Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist.

The e-forum was an opportunity to explore these findings and broaden the theory of change for social accountability to consider these other impacts.