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COLLABORATIVE VILLAGE MONITORING - Promoting Social Accountability in Health and Education Services


Published: 22/11/2017

Village Collaborative Monitoring is one of the social accountability instruments aims to encourage citizens' concern for the fulfilment of basic service rights. KOMPAK, together with The Asia Foundation, implemented the program from February 2017 to April 2018 in 30 villages, 12 districts, and 5 provinces.


Locations:

Province of Aceh, Central Java, East Java, West Nusa Tenggara and South Sulawesi.


Impact:

A total of 67 health and education service units have implemented a collaborative monitoring approach to improve the quality of their services.


For further information about Village Collaborative Meeting, download the document below.

Keberhasilan Model Pembangunan - Mo.pdf
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