In 2012, Global Integrity embarked on a five-year collaboration with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation to generate the Africa Integrity Indicators (AII), which assesses key social, economic, political and anti-corruption mechanisms at the national level across all 54 African countries. That initial work has now been extended to continue our annual research process. Both the breadth…
Grantees’ reports to funders are rarely shared with the public. We believe that sharing successes and failures can support learning and reflection that helps to strengthen the effectiveness of organizations facing similar challenges. It can also support greater accountability, to funders, and perhaps more importantly to those who that funding is intended to benefit.…
Global Integrity works with government and civil society partners in countries and communities around the world, supporting their efforts to address complex challenges relating to corruption, the use of resources and the delivery of public services.
Global Integrity (GI) Alliance Presentation: ‘Addressing the learning crisis through systems strengthening’ – Education Out Loud (EOL)
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Why participatory approaches for health systems strengthening? In many countries around the world, people are not able to access the health services they need, which has dire implications for individuals, families, communities, and the ability of countries to meet their commitments to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being.
The problem in many countries around the world, people are not able to access the health services they need, which contributes to disappointing health outcomes. In developing countries this often extends to basic and essential services.