Annual

Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project First Quarterly Report

The Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanism (GSAM) project is a five (5) year USAIDfunded project, which focuses on strengthening citizens’ oversight of capital development projects to improve local government transparency, accountability and performance in 100 districts of Ghana. GSAM is designed to strengthen social accountability by improving availability of District Assembly capital project information to citizens to enhance their capacity to demand accountability. The GSAM project interventions directly contribute to the attainment of USAID/Ghana Country Development Cooperation Strategy, - Strengthened Responsive, Democratic Governance under intermediate results; IR 1.2.1 “increased capacity of CSOs to advocate on behalf of citizens for improved government services’’; and sub IR 1.2.2 ‘‘strengthened CSO and National Audit Authority oversight of government services’’. Read More...

Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project 2nd Year Annual Report

The Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project” is five year social accountability project which was formulated by the Government of the United States of America through its development agency, USAID, in collaboration with the Government of Ghana. The project focuses on strengthening citizens’ oversight of capital projects to improve local government transparency, accountability and performance in 100 districts of Ghana.
The implementation of the GSAM project directly contributes to intermediate results; IR 1.2.1 “increased capacity of CSOs to advocate on behalf of citizens for improved government services’’; and sub IR 1.2.2 ‘‘strengthened CSO and National Audit Authority oversight of government services’’ under USAID/Ghana Country Development Cooperation strategy,- Strengthened Responsive, Democratic Governance. Read More...

BRUP Annual Progress Report (Year One)

Generously funded by the C&A Foundation, the BRUP (Building Resilience of the Urban Poor) initiative... Read More...

The PROMESA Project Narrative Quarterly Report

During this quarter, the focus was on continuing and supporting some of the activities initiated and achievements of the first phase of PROMESA. Thus we held a number of support meetings with the COPROAGRO Network, their logo was designed, they attended two local fairs and a representative attended an international training and business event. In addition, the cocoa exports to Germany and the local sale of other fruit products continued. Support was given in order to complete the processing equipment of one of the main associations. Read More...

Tursunzoda District Visit Report

The report of visit to Tursunzoda district. Purpose: to identify the situation of provided wheelbarr... Read More...

Promoting Safer Choices for Adolescents (ProSCAd)

The goal of the Promoting Safer Choices for Adolescents (ProSCAd) project was to reduce inequalities... Read More...

Project Women Empowerment Kazoza Keza Evaluation Finale de la Premiere Phase

l’objectif spécifique du projet est : « Renforcer le rôle de la femme dans la prise de décision et l... Read More...

Sewage Treatment System – San José Executive Summary

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Consortium for Rehabilitation and Development (CORAD) Development Relief Program (DRP) Impact Assessment Report

DRP program aimed to: improve the health status of 15,800 rural food insecure households (Program Ob... Read More...

Capacity Strengthening Activities of the Rural Maintenance Programme Impact Assessment

This 116-page report shares the results of the impact assessment of the Capacity Strengthening (CS) activities of the Rural Maintenance Programme (RMP). RMP is a major rural works programme co-managed by the Government of Bangladesh and CARE Bangladesh. RMP is implemented in 4200 Unions under 61 out of 64 districts where 42 000 destitute women (the majority of whom are divorced, separated, widowed or outcast) are employed for 4 year cycles to maintain roughly 84 000 kms of rural earthen roads. The objective of CS was to strengthen the management capacity of local governments to manage development activities (including RMP), to enhance the participation of female representatives of Local Government Institutions in planning and decision-making processes and lastly, to enhance the participation of community members in development. Read More...

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