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    Inclusive Governance MEAL Guidance Note
    This document accompanies the Governance Programming Framework (GPF) and should be used together with the GPF. While the GPF outlines a generic theory of change and what change might look like (ie the domains and dimensions of change), this document unpacks those changes in more detail and suggests methods that could be used to examine if these changes have happened or not.
    The framework can be found here:
    {IG MEAL Framework.pdf}

    The draft guide can be found here:
    {Inclusive Governance M&E Guidance Note.docx}
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Tuesday, March 20

  1. page Social Audits edited ... Latest Social Audit field manual (prepared for Afghanistan) 2017. {CIUK Social Audit Field Gu…
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    Latest Social Audit field manual (prepared for Afghanistan) 2017.
    {CIUK Social Audit Field Guide ENG FINAL.pdf}

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Tuesday, January 16

  1. page Local Government Performance Evaluations & Assessments edited Local 1. Local Governance Performance In Bangladesh, the Union Parishad Performance Evaluatio…

    Local1. Local Governance Performance
    In Bangladesh, the Union Parishad Performance Evaluation process, undertaken at six month intervals, makes Bangladesh’s local government councillors accountable for the commitments they made in public budget planning meetings and articulated in the UP’s five year plan. Councillors give themselves a green, yellow, or red card for each of a set of indicators in the Performance Evaluation. Separately, the Citizen’s Forum (a group of volunteer members of civil society), also give each councillor a coloured card, against the same indicators. In a public meeting, the 2 separate sets of cards are revealed and the differences between them are discussed.
    {Bangladesh Government Performance Evaluations.png} Union Parishad Performance Evaluations: Reflectionon mandated commitments and responsibilitiesin Bangladesh through JATRA project
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    See CARD 5 of project flash cards
    {Final Flash Card_JATRA 2016.pdf}
    Local2. Local Government Performance
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    Participatory3. Participatory Governance Assessment
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    sustainable manner.
    Key governance results include:
    Internal governance of 328 NRM groups strengthened.
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    {Toolkit 2 Participatory Well Being Ranking.pdf}
    {Toolkit 3 Participatory Governance Assessmentss.pdf}
    Institutional4. Institutional Maturity Index
    CARE Afghanistan uses the Institutional Maturity Index (IMI) with local Community Development Councils (CDCs) in their programme area. The IMI has two main objectives:
    1- To create a process and method for CDC members to reflect on their own performance, and to discuss feedback on their performance from community members;
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    HOW WE WORK
    • Citizens’ Charters
    • Local GovernmentGovernance Performance Evaluations/ Assessments
    • Institutional Maturity Index

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    WHO WE WORK WITH
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    Participatory Governance Assessment (PGA) tool
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    sustainable manner.
    Key governance results include:
    Internal governance of 328 NRM groups strengthened.
    • These CFUGs committed to annual PHPA to maintain transparency in fund mobilization; over 700,000 rupees in misappropriated funds have been recovered.
    • Executive committees of CFUGs reformed to make them representative and inclusive, with women and marginalized groups in key positions as per CFDG 2009.
    • CFUGs committed to allocating at least 35% of their total budget for livelihood improvement of the poor and ultra-poor; CFUGs disbursed over NRs. 8 million
    • CFUGs providing timber, firewood and other forest products to ultra-poor people at a lower price than for others.

    Resources
    {Toolkit 1 Public Hearing and Public Auditing.pdf}
    {Toolkit 2 Participatory Well Being Ranking.pdf}
    {Toolkit 3 Participatory Governance Assessmentss.pdf}

    Institutional Maturity Index (IMI)
    CARE Afghanistan uses the Institutional Maturity Index (IMI) with local Community Development Councils (CDCs) in their programme area. The IMI has two main objectives:
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    Resources
    Institutional Maturity Index (IMI) simplified form
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    IMI Facilitation Guidance
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