What We Do

Participatory Governance and Social Accountability

PGSA

To contribute to Good Governance, strengthened accountability systems/structures through citizen engagement for improved service delivery

The Participatory Governance and Social Accountability (PGSA) is a programme designed by TAC to respond to the international, regional, national and local demands to ensure that the citizens are part of affairs that affect their welfare. Aspects such as wider democratic processes and practices such as rights, elections, planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting on service delivery shall form the basis of this programme.

 

Programme Thematic Areas: Participatory governance, Budget advocacy and Service delivery monitoring. Participatory Governance and Budget Advocacy are two critical elements of good governance from the perspective of citizen engagement for effective service delivery.

Programme goal: To contribute to Good Governance, strengthened accountability systems/structures through citizen engagement for improved service delivery.

Programme target audiences: State and non-state accountability institutions, structures, civil society groups and citizens.