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Community Monitoring for Accountability in Health: Review of Literature

By: Walter Flores, Open Society Foundations (Accountability and Monitoring in Health Initiative)

This report was written as a background document for the convening “Practitioners Convening on Community Monitoring for Accountability in Health,” which was held in Johannesburg, South Africa on 18–20 July 2011.

It is organized as follows: the initial section is a review of key concepts, which is followed by a summary and analysis of four conceptual frameworks related to community monitoring and social accountability. The next section reviews implementing approaches, followed by a section on impact and outcomes in community monitoring and social accountability. The last section sets out the conclusions of the literature review.

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Uploaded on: Jun 16, 2015
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Year Published: 2011
Author: Walter Flores
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