• By: World Bank
  • Published Date: February 2004
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These surveys are a tool to promote civil engagement and demand-side accountability, and empower individuals to express their views to government bodies. The surveys allow citizens to contribute to oversight and regulation and therefore aim to improve the quality and integrity of public services.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: May 2010
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IPPF has developed a set of management, governance and leadership standards which have been incorporated into an accreditation system, IPPF’s favoured tool for providing appropriate support to its MAs.  It has enabled the Federation to unite its Member Associations around core standards of membership  It has been particularly helpful to those IPPF Member Associations operating in contexts with limited national regulatory frameworks with weak accountability mechanisms.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: November 2007
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IPPF has developed a Governance Handbook structured around the seven key principles of the IPPF Code of Good Governance. It provides practical tools and steps to undertake in order to be an effective and accountable governing body member. This is an example of IPPF’s approach to management and governance issues.

 

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: November 2007
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IPPF has developed a Governance Handbook structured around the seven key principles of the IPPF Code of Good Governance. It provides practical tools and steps to undertake in order to be an effective and accountable governing body member. This is an example of IPPF’s approach to management and governance issues.

  • By: IPPF
  • Published Date: November 2007
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IPPF has developed a Governance Handbook structured around the seven key principles of the IPPF Code of Good Governance. It provides practical tools and steps to undertake in order to be an effective and accountable governing body member. This is an example of IPPF’s approach to management and governance issues.

  • By: World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Published Date: January 2009
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  • By: PACT/ Impact Alliance
  • Published Date: August 2006
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The objective of the Local Governance Barometer process is to measure, in a participative and quantitative manner, the level of good governance of a given situation. It will enable the audience to identify the strengths & weaknesses of a local/regional/national/sectoral governance situation; assess and compare situations in an objective manner; measure evolution over time; identify, plan, monitor, measure the impact of governance strengthening activities. Identify the strengths & weaknesses of a local/regional/national/sectoral governance situation.

  • By: PACT
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This handbook was designed to provide CSOs with information regarding the detection of fraud as well as controls and processes to limit the occurance of fraud.This handbook defines fraud and discusses what makes an organization vulnerable, consequences of fraud, fraud indicators, use of financial controls to prevent fraud, use of non-financial controls to prevent fraud, and detective controls. Additionally, this handbook discussed the role of managers in fraud control, board of directors, audit committees, and law enforcement agents.

  • By: Health Promotion International
  • Published Date: January 2000
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The term capacity building has been used in respect of a wide range of strategies and processes which have the ultimate aim of improved health practices which are sustainable. After defining capacity building, this paper explores the processes and strategies associated with four distinct approaches to capacity building, considers the role of funding bodies, and begins to question how these factors impact on the evaluation of capacity building.

  • By: Management Sciences for Health
  • Published Date: January 2009
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This issue of The eManager presents the concept of good governance, including typical governance structures, board member qualifications, the roles and responsibilities of boards and management, board committees, and how to address common board challenges. Although CSOs vary greatly in size and mandate, the general principles presented in this eManager are relevant to all CSOs, and any nonprofit organization seeking to become more effective will find valuable information in this issue

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