Teaching how to hold education providers accountable

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Ungweru Organization has built capacity for 40 community members in basic monitoring of grants such as School Improvement Grants, Local Development Fund and Constituency Development Fund. 

This has been done to ensure that education service providers are held accountable in manner they use public resources for the betterment of their lives.

Community members were specifically drilled in various tools which they can use to enhance monitoring of service delivery and monitor use of government funds such as School Improvement Grants, Local Development Grants and Community Development Fund. Ultimately, this will ensure that education service providers area accountable and responsive to the education needs of children and excluded groups in Inkosana Kamnkhoti Mkandawire.

The initiative is implemented through the Watolepo Lwande Project through Tilitonse Fund jointly funded by Department for International Development (DFID), Royal Norwegian Embassy and Irish Aid.