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MAY 14-15, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC


WELCOME DEAR PARTNERS AND FRIENDS OF THE GPSA Welcome to our first Global Partners Forum of the Global Partnership for Social Accountability. I hope it is clear that this is your Forum, a space for you to shape the future of the field of Social Accountability, responsive governance and civil society participation in policy decision-making and implementation. It has been only 22 months since the World Bank’s Board of Directors established the GPSA, and things have progressed at a very fast pace. The GPSA’s mission is ambitious and pragmatic: to improve development results by supporting capacity building for enhanced beneficiary feedback and participation. With two Calls for Proposals under our belt, GPSA Grants are a reality. The second pillar of the GPSA, Knowledge & Learning, takes shape at this Forum. Our understanding of Knowledge is that of an evolving and circulating flow of insights, concepts, methods and tools, tested and put into practice by co-creators. Thus, building a Global Partnership – true to our name – is one of our main Knowledge aims. Today we are proud to count on the support of more than 160 Global Partners. Our Partners are diverse in terms of their interest, expertise, and geographical focus, and collectively form probably the most impressive community of practitioners in the field of social accountability. If one group can bend the arch of history to overcome poverty within our lifetime, this is it. We are thankful for the feedback of our Global Partners in shaping this event, particularly to the contribution of our organizing committee, who met on several occasions to support the work of the GPSA Secretariat. This Group continuously reminded us of two key features about this Forum. Firstly, that it is convened by the World Bank, an institution that can play the critical role of bridging the gap between citizen voice and a responsive government. We invite you to engage in an open dialogue with the Bank about this objective. Secondly, and perhaps most importantly, the Forum is a unique opportunity to build a shared sense of purpose among a powerful and very diverse group of actors. This can only be achieved with the commitment and goodwill of the Global Partners, bridging differences and emphasizing common values and objectives. The Forum – and the GPSA – is as strong as our partners are. Thank you for making your way to Washington DC for the GPSA Global Partners Forum. We look forward to having an exciting exchange about how to address governance challenges to eradicate poverty and foster shared prosperity. The GPSA Secretariat.

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THE FORUM

The GPSA Global Partners Forum is a high-level assembly of the GPSA’s Global Partners, a Knowledge and Learning event designed as an opportunity to recognize, connect with, and learn from our impressive network of organizations committed to Social Accountability. The Forum resulted from the request of our Global Partners as our network shapes its future and that of the field.

What works in Social Accountability?

is the Forum’s guiding question. As suggested by our keynote speaker, Professor Jonathan Fox, it is time to move beyond the dichotomy of the question “does Social Accountability really work?”, and to take a closer look at the environment - the political economy and the incentive structures - that can lead to the success or failure of specific tactics or tools. Ultimately, this helps to increase the potential for replication or scaling of these initiatives. At the Forum, the Global Partners will take an evidence-oriented approach to identifying lessons that can advance the field. Lessons will be drawn from Expert Panels (including academics and practitioners), from interactive Sharing Sessions, and from an Open Forum, a participant-led space. The Forum will also scope out the role of the Global Partnership as a Community of Practice with a shared purpose. Sharing the evidence and building a shared purpose of our network are the dual goals of the Global Partners Forum as the GPSA enters its second stage, in which the production and sharing of Knowledge take a leading role. We hope the 2014 Global Partners Forum will continue strengthening the network or community of practice that aspires to make a lasting impact on the development and governance agenda.

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AGENDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH TIME

ACTIVITY

8:00 – 9:00

Registration and Breakfast

9:00 – 10:00

Welcome by Roby Senderowitsch, Program Manager of the GPSA Opening Remarks Sanjay Pradhan, Vice President, Change, Leadership and Innovation, World Bank Keynote Presentation: What Does the Evidence Really Say? Jonathan Fox, Professor, American University, Washington DC

10:00 – 11:25

Sharing Session: What works in Social Accountability? In Carrousel format, three breakout groups will address the questions posed in the Keynote Presentation. Facilitated by GPSA Secretariat staff – Andres Falconer, Marcos Mendiburu, Maria Poli, Olive Moore - How do we bolster state-citizen synergy? - What kinds of Transparency lead to Accountability? - How do public oversight strategies take scale into account?

11:25 – 11:40

Coffee Break

11:40 – 1:00

Panel: From Theory to Change – Designing and Implementing Social Accountability Interventions for Governance Results Moderator: Helene Grandvoinnet, Lead Specialist, World Bank Courtney Tolmie, Senior Program Director, Results for Development Institute Lily Tsai, Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Marcio Vasconcelos, Technology for Social Change manager, Fundación AVINA

1:00 – 2:30

Lunch with Executive Directors of the World Bank

2:30 – 4:00

Sharing Session: Implementing strategic Social Accountability initiatives Moderator: Andres Falconer Breakout groups to address the following three questions: - How can collaborative social accountability mechanisms thrive and succeed in adverse environments? - What role could the GPSA play in fostering enabling environments and leveraging change? - What can we, as Global Partners, commit to achieve in order to accelerate this change?

4:00 – 4:15

Coffee Break

4:15 – 5:45

Creating a Global Partnership - GPSA Secretariat update and vision-building exercise Jonas Rolett, Regional Advocacy Manager for Europe, Open Society Foundations

6:00 – 7:00

Cocktail Reception & Celebration of GPSA Grantees

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AGENDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH TIME

ACTIVITY

8:00 – 9:00

Networking Breakfast

9:00 – 10:30

Roundtable: Constructive Engagements – Working Together A multi-sectoral dialogue with representatives of Civil Society, Government and the Private Sector Moderator: Lindsay Coates, Executive Vice President, InterAction Eric Silfen, Chief Medical Officer, Philips Konrad Specker, Head of Institutional Partnerships, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Caroline Gibu, Executive Director, Ciudadanos al Día Peter Simbani, Director of Debt and Aid, Ministry of Finance, Malawi

10:30 – 11:30

Framing the Dialogue A review of Forum insights, lessons and questions, led by the Forum Rapporteurs

11:30 – 11:45

Coffee Break

11:45 – 12:45

Dialogue with the World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group is interviewed by Stella Dawson, Chief Correspondent on Governance and Anti-Corruption at Thomson Reuters

12:45 – 2:00

Light Lunch and Networking

2:00 – 3:30

Open Forum A Global Partner-led, unconference-style sharing for action session, on the following proposed topics: Political Economy Analysis Citizen Feedback Mechanisms CSO Accountability ICT for Transparency, Citizen Engagement and Accountability Research and Applied Research Organizational Sustainability GPSA Operations (Resource Mobilization, Knowledge and Learning, Partnerships)

3:30 – 3:45

Closing Session

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SPEAKER BIOS

Profile of Speakers, Moderators and Key Resource Persons (In alphabetical order)

MARTIN ABREGÚ Martín Abregú is Ford Foundation’s Director of Human Rights and Governance. Working with Program Officers in New York and in nine regional offices around the world, his team focuses on advancing economic and social rights, promoting transparent, effective and accountable government, reforming global financial governance and strengthening human rights worldwide. Through these initiatives, his grant making is developing the next generation of human rights advocates, fostering civil society organizations, using innovative approaches to monitor government performance, bringing new voices with fresh ideas from the global South, and building bridges between the fields of human rights and governance. Martín has a law degree from the University of Buenos Aires School of Law and a Master of Law degree in international legal studies from American University.

LINDSAY COATES Lindsay Coates is Executive Vice President at InterAction. Currently she serves on the Board of the faith based nongovernmental development agency, Episcopal Relief and Development and the Public Policy Committee of the Independent Sector. Prior her work in the NGO world, Lindsay practiced civil rights law in various capacities, among them Chief of Staff for the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity Attorney and Officer at the National Gallery of Art. She also served on the Obama administration’s Task Force on Global Poverty—run by the Whitehouse Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. She completed the Graduate Executive Leadership Development Program of Columbia University, holds a J.D. from the University Of Mississippi School Of Law, and a B.A. in Political Science (focus on International Relations) from Sewanee which included a junior year of study at the London School of Economics.

ANABEL CRUZ Anabel Cruz is the founder of the Institute for Communication and Development (ICD) in Uruguay, and has been a consultant for international organizations and a visiting lecturer at universities in several countries. She is a reference in Latin America for the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR), the Board Chair of CIVICUS, World Alliance for Citizen Participation between 2004 and 2010, and is currently the Chair of the international NGO Partnership for Transparency Fund and member of the Board of HAP (Humanitarian Accountability Partnership). She coordinates the Regional Civil Society Accountability Initiative Rendir Cuentas, present in 10 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. She has over two decades of experience in civil society research, promotion and training in various countries in Latin America and in the regional and global context. In recent years she has worked extensively on promoting transparency and accountability of civil society and other stakeholders, leading international research on the issue and coordinating the efforts of organizations to implement common standards and spaces for reflection, exchange of information and training.

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STELLA DAWSON Stella joined the Thomson Reuters Foundation in July 2012 to build coverage of corruption and governance, and to integrate reporting on humanitarian issues. For 25 years, Stella has reported on international economic policy and finance at Reuters from the United States and Europe, frequently appearing on radio and television. She won awards for her coverage of the European Central Bank in its early years under President Jean Claude Trichet and led Reuters global coverage of financial crisis as Economics and Markets Editor between 2007 and 2010. Stella has reported on the dot.com crash, the Asia currency crisis , and Internet productivity boom. Before joining Reuters, she worked in Virginia as a radio and television reporter and at a daily newspaper.

JONATHAN FOX Jonathan Fox is a Professor at School of International Service, American University. He received his PhD from MIT in political science in 1986. He has carried out scholarly and applied research on the relationship between citizen participation, transparency and accountability since 1982, primarily in rural Mexico. His books include Accountability Politics: Power and Voice in Rural Mexico (2007), Mexico’s Right-to-Know Reforms: Civil Society Perspectives , (coeditor, 2007), Decentralization and Rural Development in Mexico: Community Participation in Oaxaca's Municipal Funds Program (coauthor, 1996), The Politics of Food in Mexico: State Power and Social Mobilization (1992), as well as related articles in the Journal of Peasant Studies , Development in Practice, and World Development. He currently serves on the boards of directors of Fundar, a Mexican public interest group, and Oxfam-America, and serves on the International Expert Panel of the Independent Reporting Mechanism of the Open Government Partnership.

CAROLINE GIBU Caroline is Executive Director and founder partner at Ciudadanos al DĂ­a (CAD), a Peruvian private non-profit organization formed in 2002, whose mission is to collaborate with individuals and organizations working on issues of transparency, accountability, oversight and citizen participation to develop innovative ways of generating incentives to improve the relationship between the government and its citizens. She has been the senior researcher and team leader in several projects undertaken by CAD for organizations such as the World Bank, the International Budget Partnership, CIDA and DFID, promoting transparency and participation in public management improvements. Prior to CAD, she also was a consultant for the Inter American Development Bank (IADB) and for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in the fields of transparency and new information technologies, implementing Ministry of Economy and Finance's Fiscal Transparency Website. Since 2013, she is a member of the Multilateral Commission for Peruvian Open Goverment Partnership Action Plan implementation.

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HELENE GRANDVOINNET Helene is the Cluster Leader for Social Accountability in the Social Development Department of the World Bank. In this capacity, she leads a vibrant Community of Practice on Social Accountability, and is leading analytical work on Contextual Drivers of Social Accountability Effectiveness. She joined the Bank in 1999. She worked as a Senior Public Sector Specialist in the Africa region, where she has tasked managed investment projects, DPLs and AAAs on a broad array of governance issues. As of 2008, she was designated as the Governance & Anticorruption (GAC) Coordinator for the Africa Region. Prior to joining the Bank, Helene worked for the OECD development center focusing on research programs on governance and poverty reduction, conflict management in Africa and anti-corruption initiatives.

JEFF HALL Jeff Hall is World Vision International’s Director of Local Advocacy. In his capacity, Jeff oversees World Vision’s local advocacy, participatory governance, and social accountability work in the organization’s 1600 programmes in 93 countries. In particular, Jeff leads World Vision’s Citizen Voice and Action approach to social accountability. The approach has led to encouraging improvements in health and education outcomes and policy change in 400 programmes in 42 countries. Jeff also leads a variety of research partnerships designed to test the impact of participatory governance approaches. Prior to joining World Vision, Jeff served as a lawyer with the Inter-American Court for Human Rights. He has published articles on the Court’s jurisprudence and comparative human rights frameworks. Earlier in his career, Jeff worked in grassroots development and human rights activism in North America, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.

JIM YONG KIM Jim Yong Kim is President of the World Bank Group. A physician and anthropologist, he has dedicated himself to international development for more than two decades, helping to improve the lives of under-served populations worldwide. Dr. Kim comes to the Bank after serving as President of Dartmouth College, a pre-eminent center of higher education that consistently ranks among the top academic institutions in the United States. Dr. Kim is a co-founder of Partners In Health (PIH) and a former director of the HIV/AIDS Department at the World Health Organization (WHO). He also founded the Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science, a multidisciplinary institute dedicated to developing new models of health care delivery and achieving better health outcomes at lower costs. Prior to Dartmouth, Dr. Kim held professorships and chaired departments at Harvard Medical School, the Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston. He also served as director of Harvard’s François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights. He was awarded a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship (2003), was named one of America’s “25 Best Leaders” by U.S. News & World Report (2005), and was selected as one of TIME magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World” (2006).

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SANJAY PRADHAN Sanjay Pradhan is Vice President of the World Bank Institute. Since joining as Vice President of WBI in 2008, Mr. Pradhan has led WBI through a far-reaching renewal, enabling it to provide innovative approaches to development. He is an authority on governance and anticorruption issues, combining a distinguished research record with extensive operational experience. Previously, he served as the World Bank’s Director for Governance, where he led the development of the Bank’s Governance and Anticorruption Strategy, and provided strategic directions on improving governance and combating corruption. He was a principal author of the 1997 World Development Report, The State in a Changing World. Mr. Pradhan holds a PhD and a Bachelor’s degree from Harvard University.

JONAS ROLETT Jonas Rolett is the Regional Advocacy Manager for Europe at the Open Society Foundations (OSF). In this role, he oversees campaigns on issues related to human rights and democratic development. He also serves as OSF’s liaison to the World Bank. Prior to OSF, Jonas worked for the National Democratic Institute on a variety of initiatives designed to open up the political process and promote good governance in Eastern Europe. Previous positions included running a campaign training school in Washington, DC, and directing communications for a United Way in South Carolina.

ROBY SENDEROWITSCH Roby Senderowitsch is Program Manager of the GPSA at the World Bank. He previously he served as Country Manager of the World Bank in the Dominican Republic. His work in the Bank included a strong focus on political economy analysis, building coalitions for change, anti-corruption, and performance based management of public institutions. Before joining the Bank, Roby worked with several NGOs in Argentina and Cuba, where he served as the Field Representative of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. He has been a lecturer in Human Resource management in nonprofit organizations, as well as director of educational programs and community development and human resource management in the private sector. Roby is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Buenos Aires and a series of postgraduate courses at Harvard and Stanford University.

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ERIC SILFEN Dr. Eric Silfen is the Chief Medical Officer for Philips Healthcare. In this role, he leads the Office of Medical and Health Affairs and works to inform and communicate Philips Healthcare thought leadership around the world. Dr. Silfen is an international expert on the implementation of information technologies in the medical setting; hospital and health plan clinical affairs; disease and care management programs; and clinical quality and performance improvement. Dr. Silfen earned a Master of Arts degree in biomedical informatics from Columbia University and a Master of Science degree in healthcare administration from the Medical College of Virginia. He holds a doctor of medicine degree from The Georgetown University School of Medicine and is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine. Dr. Silfen was recently elected to the board of directors of the International Biomedical Research Alliance, sponsors of the National Institutes of Health/Oxford Cambridge Scholars program.

PETER SIMBANI Peter Simani is the Director of Debt and Aid at the Ministry of Finance of Malawi. Mr. Simbani has spent almost his entire working life in the field of debt and aid management having worked in the Ministry of Finance for the last 25 years in the Debt and Aid Management Division. He joined the Ministry in 1989 as a fresh graduate from College. He holds a Master’s Degree in International Development Studies from Bradford University in the United Kingdom and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences from the University of Malawi.

KONRAD SPECKER Konrad Specker, PhD, is the Head of the Department of Institutional Partnerships at the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Switzerland`s international cooperation agency within the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA). He joined SDC in 1991 and worked as programme officer for various programmes in southeast and east Asia. From 1985 to 1990 he worked as delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Pakistan and India. He studied history at the University of Zurich.

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JEFF THINDWA Mr. Thindwa is Manager of the Social Accountability Practice in the World Bank Institute. He joined the World Bank in 2000 as Senior Social Development Specialist, and has worked across the Bank's regions promoting the use of social accountability mechanisms to improve public governance, and performance of Bank funded operations. The Social Accountability Practice engages and empowers key stakeholders: civil society, media and parliaments strengthening their capacity to make public policy, budgets and programs more effective and accountable in servicing citizens, with priority focus on access to information, open and inclusive budgeting, and third party monitoring and citizen feedback. Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Thindwa worked with civil society organizations for 17 years.

COURTNEY TOLMIE Courtney Tolmie is a Senior Program Director at the Results for Development Institute (R4D). Ms. Tolmie leads the Governance and Accountability work at R4D, including the Transparency and Accountability Program (TAP) and the Strengthening Institutions to Improve Public Expenditure Accountability Program. Before joining R4D in 2007, Ms. Tolmie was a consultant at the Washington-based Women’s Edge Coalition and led research on community health activities at the University of Virginia and University of Venda (South Africa). Ms. Tolmie is co-author of Lives in the Balance: Improving Accountability for Public Spending in Developing Nations (Brookings Press), From the Ground Up (Brookings Press), and Using PETS to Monitor Projects and Small-Scale Programs (World Bank). Ms. Tolmie graduated from Bowdoin College (B.A. Economics) and holds a Masters of Arts in Economics from the University of Virginia.

LILY TSAI Lily Tsai is an Associate Professor of Political Science at MIT. Her research focuses on issues of accountability, governance, and political participation in developing countries with a particular emphasis on Chinese politics. Her book, Accountability Without Democracy: Solidary Groups and Public Goods Provision in Rural China, was published in Cambridge University's Studies on Comparative Politics and received the 2007-08 Dogan Award from the Society of Comparative Research for the best book published in the field of comparative research. Tsai has also published articles in The American Political Science Review, Studies in Comparative International Development, The China Quarterly, and The China Journal. Tsai is a graduate of Stanford University, where she graduated with honors and distinction in English literature and international relations. She received a M.A. in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in government from Harvard University in 2004. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Fulbright program and the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies.

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MARCIO VASCONCELOS PINTO Mรกrcio Vasconcelos is Technology for Social Change manager at Fundaciรณn Avina. General coordinator of Latin American Civic Innovation Accelerator Fund. Steering Committee member of OGP Open Data Working Group. Co-author of techyredes: Method to boost social networks dedicated to causes using web tools and interaction protocols. Master on Business Administration from Federal University of Cearรก and Bachelor's degree on Business Administration and Management from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Specialties: civic technology, social innovation, alliances with social movements & CSOs.

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ABOUT THE GPSA

The GPSA supports civil society and governments to work together to solve critical governance challenges in developing countries. Through funding and knowledge products, the GPSA provides strategic and sustained assistance to CSOs’ social accountability initiatives aimed at strengthening transparency and accountability. The GPSA proposes a pragmatic problem-solving approach to Social Accountability, grounded in realistic theories of change and monitoring & evaluation frameworks.

Hosted by the World Bank, the GPSA is a Global Partnership, a unique global multi-stakeholder community that brings together a powerful segment of organizations committed to – and engaged in – promoting transparency, responsive government, citizen participation in policy decision-making and implementation.

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GLOBAL PARTNERS 5th Pillar

Center for Democracy Initiative Sudan (CDIS)

Acción Ciudadana

Center for Health Policies and Studies (PAS Center)

Accountability Initiative Accountability Lab

Center for Innovations for Successful Societies at Princeton University

ACOSOF Advocacy and Policy Institute Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and Pacific Africa Freedom of Information Centre African Humanitarian Council Aga Khan Foundation Agora Partnerships Al Bawsala Alianza ONG Article XIX Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia (ACIJ)

Center for Women in Governance (CEWIGO)

Centro de Contraloría Social y Estudios de la Construcción Democrática (CCS CIESAS)

FrontlineSMS

Centro Latinoamericano de Administración para el Desarrollo (CLAD)

Fundación CIDEAL

Cidade Democrática

Civil Society for Poverty Reduction Collectif Marocain du Volontariat (Moroccan Network of Volunteering Work) Concern Universal Mozambique Concerned Citizens of Abra for Good Governance (CCAGG)

CARE Bangladesh CARE International CARE Malawi CARE Maroc CEBRAP Centro Brasileiro de Análise e Planejamento

FOMICRES

Ford Foundation

Bandung Institute for Governance Studies

Bureau Oecuménique d'Appui au Développement (BOAD)

European Commission

Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI)

CIVICUS

Bundesverband Deutscher Stiftungen (Association of German Foundations)

Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia – Tajikistan

FOPRIDEH

Ciudadanos Al Dia

Bond UK

ETHOS Institute

Centre for Peace and Democracy (CEPAD)

Association of African Women for Research and Development (AAWORD)

BMW Foundation

Elimu Yetu Coalition

EXPERT GRUP

Citizen’s Campaign for Right to Information

Bertelsmann Stiftung

Development Policy Institute

Centre d'Appui pour le Développement Economique et Social (CADES)

Asociación por los Derechos Civiles

Bank Information Center

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Foundation For the Future

Fundación Avina

Fundacion Comunitaria Centro de Informacion y Recursos para el Desarrollo (CIRD) Fundación Intermón Oxfam FUNDAR Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development and Evaluation (GUI2DE) German Marshall Fund Globe International NGO GoGo Foundation Google Web Academy GovFaces

Consejo de la Prensa Peruana

GovLab

Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association (CCRDA)

Grassroots Research and Advocacy Movement

Convention de la Societé Civile (CSCI)

GuideStar

Cordaid

HelpAge International

CUTS International

Helvetas

Department forInternational Development (UK)

HIVOS

Deutsche Boerse AG (Germany Stock

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GLOBAL PARTNERS IDAY International

Organization of African Instituted Churches

IED Afrique IFEHS - Initiative for Food, Environment and Health Society Institute for International Urban Development Instituto Ágora em Defesa do Eleitor e da Democracia Instituto de Desarrollo y Comunicación INTEC/CEGES

Organization of American States

Transparencia por Colombia

Overseas Development Institute

Transparency International

Oxfam International

Transparency International Kenya

Oxfam Tajikistan

Transparency International Zambia

Pacific Islands Association of NGOs (PIANGO)

Transparency Maroc

Palestinian Consultative Staff for NGOs Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA)

Integrity Action

Partners Jordan

InterAction

The World Bank

TrustAfrica Twaweza Uganda National Health Users'/Consumers' Organisation (UNHCO)

Inter-American Dialogue

Partnership for Transparency Fund

Inter-American Foundation

People In Need

UNICEF

International Centre for Sport Security

Persone Come Noi (PCN)

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Philips

Union Générale Tunisienne de Travail (UGTT)

International Institute of Rural Reconstruction

Phineo Plan International

IO Sustainability

Policy Forum

Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies

Public Affairs Centre

Keystone Accountability Kudirat Initiative for Democracy (KIND) Laboratorio de Politicas Publicas L'Association Pour le Soutien à la Démocratie des Communautés Africaines (ASDECA) Linking the Youth of Nigeria through Exchange (LYNX) Malawi Economic Justice Network Management Sciences for Health Manusher Jonno Foundation

Public and Private Development Center Red Argentina para la Cooperación Internacional (RACI)

Uganda National NGO Forum

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Public Administration and Development Management Vital Voices VNG International VSO International Wahana Visi Indonesia

Rehoboth Foundation Inc.

World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO)

Results for Development

World Learning

Revenue Watch Institute

World Vision International

SANPRODEV

YADE - Youth Association for Development & Environment

SEND-Ghana Social Impact Analysts Association SROI Network

Young Americas Business Trust Youth for Social Development

STARS Foundation

Nature Kenya

Sunlight Foundation

New York University/Wagner's Research Center for Leadership in Action

Takamol Foundation for Sustainable Development

NGO Platform of Cape Verde

The Hunger Project

The Engine Room

Open Society Foundations

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