publication • Thursday, October 25th 2012
Citizen Voice and Action Project Model
An effective approach to increase local government accountability.
French version (pending)
Spanish version (pending)
Citizen Voice and Action (CVA) mobilises and equips citizens to monitor government services, and facilitates an advocacy methodology that results in the improvement of inadequate government-provided services. CVA is often used as a component of other projects to improve relevant government services for the well-being of children. Key services, such as health and education, are delivered effectively and contribute towards the well-being of children, due to the impact of CVA in improving relationships between citizens, government and service providers.
- Appendix A - Case Study from Armenia
- Appendix B - Case Study from Uganda
- Appendix C - CVA Guidance Notes
- Appendix D - Contributions to Child Well-being
- Appendix E - Illustrative logframe
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