Karam 5 - English, Français interpretation Auxiliary Event
Dec 07, 2022 07:00 AM - 09:00 AM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221207T0700 20221207T0900 Africa/Casablanca Advancing the field of Social Accountability: Setting the Stage for Research and Learning

Join Corus International and Children International for a regional consultation to take part in the development of key research and learning questions to address evidence gaps related to Social Accountability and related health and non-health outcomes, as well as linkages to social and behavior change. Social Accountability is an effective approach wherein community and civil society-led efforts hold health providers and other service providers to account; effective social accountability can positively influence the responsiveness of providers, patient-centered quality of care, availability of resources, service access, coverage, and satisfaction with quality services. With growing support and interest in this approach as a key part of health systems strengthening, there is a need to align as a global community on the most pressing questions to be answered related to ensure the most effective outcomes. 

This session will build on literature reviews, the USAID High Impact Practice focused on Social Accountability, a recently launched online evidence repository and a consultation in Washington DC at the CORE Group meeting. Come to learn more about the evidence to date on social accountability and take part in the process to identify the critical evidence gaps and questions that need to be answered to expand its impact on health and non-health outcomes. We promise it will be one of many engaging and lively sessions as we will continue the conversation after the conference! Continental breakfast will be provided.

Karam 5 - English, Français interpretation International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit info@sbccsummit.org

Join Corus International and Children International for a regional consultation to take part in the development of key research and learning questions to address evidence gaps related to Social Accountability and related health and non-health outcomes, as well as linkages to social and behavior change. Social Accountability is an effective approach wherein community and civil society-led efforts hold health providers and other service providers to account; effective social accountability can positively influence the responsiveness of providers, patient-centered quality of care, availability of resources, service access, coverage, and satisfaction with quality services. With growing support and interest in this approach as a key part of health systems strengthening, there is a need to align as a global community on the most pressing questions to be answered related to ensure the most effective outcomes. 

This session will build on literature reviews, the USAID High Impact Practice focused on Social Accountability, a recently launched online evidence repository and a consultation in Washington DC at the CORE Group meeting. Come to learn more about the evidence to date on social accountability and take part in the process to identify the critical evidence gaps and questions that need to be answered to expand its impact on health and non-health outcomes. We promise it will be one of many engaging and lively sessions as we will continue the conversation after the conference! Continental breakfast will be provided.

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Children International
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