Accountability Review in Georgia: Promoting children and youth as agents of change – My Rights, My Voice
This accountability review is presented as part of the Effectiveness Review Series 2013/14. The report documents the findings from a review carried out in May 2014 which examines the degree to which Oxfam meets its own standards for accountability.
The ‘Promoting children and youth as agents of change’ project in Georgia is part of the global programme ‘My Rights, My Voice’ and focuses on child and youth rights to receive education and health care. The project has been implemented in seven other countries, and in Georgia since 2011, by three partner organizations. The purpose of the project is to promote child and youth health rights in two regions of Georgia – Samegrelo and Shida Kartli – directly benefiting young people between 14 and 18 years, family doctors and local civil society organisations (CSOs).
This assignment examined accountability to partners and communities in terms of transparency, feedback/listening and, participation – three key dimensions of Accountability for Oxfam. In addition it asked questions around partnership practices, staff attitudes, and satisfaction (how useful the project is to people and how wisely the money on this project has been spent) where appropriate.
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