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Co-constructing accountability in Ghana's home grown school feeding programme

Sadler, Sue and Thomson, Ian (2016) Co-constructing accountability in Ghana's home grown school feeding programme. In: 8th Annual ‘M&E on the Cutting Edge’ Conference, 2016-03-17 - 2016-03-18, Hof van Wageningen.

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The Ghana School Feeding Programme has ambitions to feed 3 million children this year. This paper examines how the potentially confrontational tool of social audit has contributed to constructing an accountability community engaging public, private and civic sectors of society in more effective partnership working , and developing a shared agenda for both ‘proving’ and ‘improving’ what they do.