A research synthesis project responding to the question: under what circumstances does increasing community accountability and empowerment improve education outcomes, particularly for the poor?
1 June 2011 to 31 January 2013
Department for International Development (UK)
This systematic review uses realist synthesis to explain the mixed results from research on community accountability interventions (such as community score cards, participatory budgeting, citizen report cards, and citizen feedback strategies) and to provide contextually relevant guidance for policymakers and implementers.
- Professor Patricia Rogers
- Gill Westhorp (Community Matters)
- Bill Walker (World Vision Australia)
World Vision Australia