Food Security and Nutrition Network

Survey of Interest for a new Social Accountability Interest Group

FFP's strategy calls for systems strengthening through increased Social Accountability. Social accountability approaches can be critical for sustaining improved access to essential services in education and health, public and private extension, financial services and social protection.

Although Social Accountabiity as a field is not new, its application in food security is relatively nascent. World Vision and CARE are seeking to join hands with other organizations interested in the topic to build a learning community around the application of social accountability in food security programming.

If you are interested to participate in the Social Accountability Interest Group, please email Gitau Mbure at and or Vidhya Sriram at for further details.