Community accountability at peripheral health facilities: a review of the empirical literature and development of a conceptual framework

@inproceedings{Molyneux2012CommunityAA,
  title={Community accountability at peripheral health facilities: a review of the empirical literature and development of a conceptual framework},
  author={Sassy Molyneux and Martin Atela and Vibian Angwenyi and Catherine A. Goodman},
  booktitle={Health policy and planning},
  year={2012}
}
Public accountability has re-emerged as a top priority for health systems all over the world, and particularly in developing countries where governments have often failed to provide adequate public sector services for their citizens. One approach to strengthening public accountability is through direct involvement of clients, users or the general public in health delivery, here termed 'community accountability'. The potential benefits of community accountability, both as an end in itself and as… CONTINUE READING

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