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Guide générique pour la mise en oeuvre de la CCP de CARE pour améliorer la qualité des services

French version of The Community Score Card (CSC): A generic guide for implementing CARE’s CSC process to improve quality of services

En 2002, CARE Malawi a élaboré la carte communautaire de performances (CCP) dans le cadre d’un projet qui visait à développer des modèles innovants et durables pour améliorer les services de santé. Depuis lors, la CCP est devenue une approche de gouvernance participative reconnue internationalement pour son amélioration de la mise en oeuvre de services de qualité. Ainsi, le modèle s’est diffusé au sein et au-delà de CARE. CARE a maintenant plus d’une décennie d’expérience de mise en oeuvre de la CCP dans une large gamme de contextes et secteurs.

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This paper presents CARE International's proposal for incorporating participatory monitoring into the SDG process, with the aim of ensuring that the SDGs result in concrete action at local community level and better development outcomes for people in developing countries.

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This synthesis report gives detailed information and findings from research into the experience of CARE International in implementing Community Score Card programmes in four countries – Ethiopia, Malawi, Tanzania and Rwanda. The report aims to address the significant research gap around cross-country comparative analysis of social accountability programmes.

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This short project briefing summarises research into the experience of CARE International in implementing Community Score Card programmes in four countries – Ethiopia, Malawi, Tanzania and Rwanda – and aims to address the significant research gap around cross-country comparative analysis of social accountability programmes.

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This report outlines the practical lessons learned by CARE about Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) to climate change, and explores how elements of the approach are evolving and being integrated into other development sectors.

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Influencing policy-makers is an integral part of what CARE International UK does to deliver on our organisation vision.

Who makes good policy? The former Head of the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) suggested bearing in mind the qualities of these four historical figures, which one are you?...

  • Scherzerade 'The Storyteller'
  • Paul Revere 'The Networker'
  • Isambard Kingdom Brunel 'The Do-er'
  • Rasputin or Machiavelli 'The Fixers'?

This handy A5 guide brings together tools and tips you can use and to help you think through how to integrate advocacy and policy-making into your work.

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CARE Malawi developed the Community Score Card (CSC) in 2002 as part of a project aimed at developing innovative and sustainable models to improve health services. Since then, the CSC has become an internationally recognised participatory governance approach for improving the implementation of quality services. This toolkit gives practical, step-by-step guidance on using the CSC approach. The toolkit is generic in nature and can be applied in any sector including health, education, water and sanitation, and agriculture.

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