Social Accountability in the Health Sector civil society organization surveys
October 23, 2020
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. Through the recommendations from situational analyses, applied political economy analyses and multi-stakeholder dialogue, key health sector actors will be able to implement more effective social accountability initiatives. The project ultimately contributes to Nepal’s National Health Sector Programme III, which is designed to improve health services in Nepal, particularly for the socially excluded groups.
This is a compendium of SAHS CSO survey reports, which documents the level of knowledge of CSOs on social accountability and how expenditures flow through the system in the health sector, from 2017 to 2020.
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