Systemic challenges, adaptive solutions, collaborative action
Our work in this thematic area entails partnering with civil society organizations, mainly in Africa and Asia, that are trying to address complex and systemic challenges related to the delivery of public services – we support their efforts to work adaptively and strengthen the systems that they are a part of through collaborative action and learning.
Service Delivery Projects
In close alliance with six partner organizations, this project aims to address inequitable learning outcomes through system strengthening across four countries in Southern Africa.
Global Integrity has partnered with Global Partnership of Social Accountability (GPSA) for the implementation of an evaluation and learning process for four GPSA projects.
This project aims to support the efforts of our partner organizations to address health service delivery challenges by designing and testing a participatory system thinking approach.
The overall goal of GI´s role is to generate and share evidence and insights that can improve project design and implementation by the foundation and country-level partners so as to achieve better results in terms of youth employment and poverty reduction.
The organizations leading the CTAP work on the ground pivoted to create inclusive platforms for citizens to be informed and heard at the grassroots level, build coalitions with other CSOs to have greater collective impact, and call on governments for change through advocacy, and increasingly, collaboration to design and implement better policies going forward.
As an organization, we are rooted in supporting people as they test and learn from interventions and strategies. Turning that mirror onto
ourselves, here’s what we learned this year and how we will embed those lessons into our future work at Global Integrity.
Lessons from Across Africa: Stories of Better Health Sector Service Delivery through Advocacy that Elevates Local Voices (CTAP Guidance Note #2)
The COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) aims to increase the use of evidence to improve governments’ response to COVID-19 and promote multi stakeholder collaboration to strengthen health systems and improve service delivery.
This note focuses on national and local level advocacy strategies and presents several cases where civil society and grassroots organizations have effectively advocated for concrete government responses.