Accountability to Affected Populations for a Hunger-free World
Accountability to Affected Populations for a Hunger-free World is the second report in World Vision's Telling Our Stories series, which documents and shares better practices in its food assistance programs with practical examples from the field. This report demonstrates various ways to operationalize accountability to affected populations (AAP) and the resulting outcomes, with examples from seven countries (eastern Democratic Republic of Congo [EDRC], Iraq, Kenya, Mali, Myanmar, Sudan and Zimbabwe). The content is collected through qualitative methods such as document reviews, field visits, in-depth interviews, focus group discussions and storytelling, then covers the four pillars of World Vision's Programme Accountability Framework (PAF): information sharing, consultation, participation and feedback mechanisms.
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