Citizen scorecards in Malawi

July 2011 to January 2012

The project will provide politically informed analysis of the use of citizen scorecards by Plan and its associates in Malawi. It aims to identify the extent to which political economy dynamics are taken into account in programme planning and implementation and how these factors influence the effectiveness of this score card initiative, including the key impacts or outcomes it has contributed to in Malawi. It will accompany this with a learning process approach, which involves Plan staff in the analysis and assessment of the score card initiative as well as providing training to build capacity in political economy concepts and tools.


Understanding the politics of service delivery

Workshop | 16 January 2012 09:00 - 16:30 GMT+00

This event showcased some recent examples of political economy and governance analysis for service delivery, to identify some of the common challenges but also potential solutions for working towards more politically informed aid interventions. A particular...

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The political economy of community scorecards

Research reports and studies | January 2012 | Leni Wild and Daniel Harris
This report details research investigating how community scorecards have worked in Malawi and what some of the wider lessons might be.