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Social accountability initiatives in health service in Khuvsgel aimag
Making social accountability “part of the DNA” of Mongolian society

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the World Bank believe that embedding social accountability in Mongolia’s public sector is an effective way to improve governance and public resource management.

Marcela Rozo: Mainstreaming SA project is implemented in 10 aimags and 3 districts

published in Today, daily newspaper on April 20, 2016.

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Stakeholder Engagement plan, Save the Children, Implementing partner of MASAM project

In Mongolia Social Accountability Subprojects, round 2 project (2019), Save the Children Japan-Mongolia Program Office (further referred as Save the Children) has been selected as project implementing partner to World Bank to fulfil two main objectives, namely, (i) fulfil sub-grant management functions, including the administration of the entire cycle of sub-grant design and implementation and (ii) provide technical support to MASAM subproject process including subproject stakeholders from government and local community groups and their national NGO partners.

Call for Proposals for Project Implementation Grant

Jointly funded by The Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC) and the World Bank (WB), the MASAM project (2015-2019) is implemented in 10 aimags and 3 Ulaanbaatar districts. The program aims to mainstream social accountability for more transparent, accountable and effective public resource management at national and local levels by:

World Bank, SDC Support Civic Engagement to Improve Social Services

A World Bank and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) project recently brought together a wide range of stakeholders to discuss solutions for the most pressing issues in health and education, including increased outbreaks of communicable diseases and limited access to education services, facing people living in three Ulaanbaatar districts.