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Social Accountability

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Social accountability can be defined as an approach in which citizens or civil society organizations hold public institutions (institutions established by law and statute and funded by public money) accountable. It is an ongoing and collective effort by citizens or civil society organizations which bridges the gap of electoral accountability. Through social accountability, public institutions instead ...

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