Accountability – How does it work?

Influencing
Regional
2020
Accountability is the obligation of powerholders to account for or take responsibility for their action. Powerholders hold political, financial or other forms of power and include officials in government, private corporations, and CSOs.

What is it?

This tool was developed and used by the E4A-MamaYe team in 2020 and has been readapted to help coalitions deepen their understanding of accountability, explain the linkage between Accountability and Advocacy, and for them to be able to apply the accountability triangle to your context.

A 'GUIDE TO COALITION BUILDING'

This training tool is part of the ‘Guide to Coalition building’ developed by E4A-MamaYe and designed for advocates to navigate through the complex journey of building and sustaining a coalition.

It shares approaches and learnings gathered on the project since its start in 2012 with insights provided by the E4A-MamaYe teams in Nigeria and Kenya.  

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