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Arab Network for Social Accountability

Tunis, Tunisia
Joined December 2016
Presence in: Tunisia

The ANSA Arab World was an initiative to promote the use of social accountability methods and tools in the Arab region. The initiative included members from seven Arab countries: Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, and Yemen.

CARE International in Egypt was the secretary for the network with technical and financial support from the World Bank. The objectives of the initiative were i) to raise awareness about social accountability;iii) build capacity on concepts and tools; iii) provide technical and financial assistance to implement social accountability tools and iv) strengthen knowledge sharing around tools and approaches.

The ANSA-Arab World network has been designed around four issues, or “pillars”, that can be considered as key components of social accountability. These pillars help shape the activities of ANSA-Arab World namely:
1. Access to information
2. Budget transparency
3. Freedom of association
4. Service delivery

People Associated With This Organization

Moufida Oueslati is the network champion (main point of contact) for Arab Network for Social Accountability.

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