Network mapping on social accountability in the health sector
November 30, 2017
Local governance and accountability, Governance, Health
The Social Accountability in the Health Sector (SAHS) Program aims to improve citizen engagement to improve accountability in health sector in Nepal. SAHS focuses on collaborating with civil society groups, national policy actors, and government health institutions to understand the challenges and deepen social accountability efforts in the health sector. This report details the network mapping that SAHS undertook in order to create a multi-stakeholder social accountability forum in the health sector at the federal, provincial and local levels.
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