This curriculum provides a roadmap that advocates, program implementers, and decision-makers can use to increase knowledge of accountability within health systems, gain skills to better understand existing accountability linkages, and seek consensus-driven recommendations for action. The three-part curriculum and tools aim to foster recognition that accountability works at multiple levels in the health system; operationalize the different ways stakeholders are accountable to one another; and provide a framework for promoting joint accountability in family planning programs. While the curriculum was developed for family planning stakeholders, HP+ encourages advocates and implementers in other health fields to apply a similar process to strengthen accountability for other pressing issues.
Vazzano, A., A. Lipsky, S. Richiedei, and A. Jorgensen. 2018. Fostering Joint Accountability Within Health Systems: Training Curriculum. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00T-6H5
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Health Policy Plus. 2018. “Qualitative Data Analysis: Identifying Key Themes from Transcripts.” PowerPoint Presentation.
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