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Voice and accountability

We believe that effective public policy can transform the lives of millions of people worldwide. When governments start reform, it is vital that the voices of the most vulnerable groups are heard.

When working with governments, we prioritise supporting accountability, making sure that processes and delivery are citizen-oriented and transparent. This takes myriad forms, from developing a strategy that ensures a more equitable delivery of social assistance services to assessing the adequacy of the financial resources available for child protection funding.

At each stage, we are keenly aware that the most vulnerable – whether in terms of wealth, age, disability, gender, or ethnicity – are heard and properly accounted for in the development of new or revised public policy.

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