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Forward accountability
Forward accountability
To ensure that we practice what we preach, CARE is committed to become a more transparent and accountable organisation, especially towards its primary stakeholders, i.e. the people whose lives it seeks to improve and in whose name it raises its funds.

The aim is to enable project participants (or intended 'beneficiaries') to genuinely understand and influence the programmes from which they ought to benefit, and in this way hold CARE accountable.

This includes providing access to information, establishing responsive, safe and reliable feedback mechanisms (e.g. hotlines and community oversight committees), promoting participation in decision-making and an organisational environment that nurtures accountability

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Developing a Citizens’ Charter: Guidance Note
The Citizens’ Charter is a process for giving service users more of a say in how their services ...
Housing, land and property issues in Nepal and their consequences for the post-earthquake reconstruction process
This report produced by CARE Nepal warns that reconstruction in Nepal following the 2015 earthqua ...
“Our small peace cannot survive alone”: Lessons in peacebuilding and economic development in South Sudan
South Sudan has endured many decades of violent conflict. To escape from the cycle of destruction ...
Citizen monitoring to defend maternal health rights in Peru
This paper (Learning and Policy Series No. 6) presents learning from CARE’s experience of citiz ...
The Community Score Card (CSC) / La carte communautaire de performances (CCP)
Guide générique pour la mise en oeuvre de la CCP de CARE pour améliorer la qualit ...