Chapter Ghana

Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is the local chapter of Transparency International (TI), Launched in 1999, GII is a non-partisan, non-profit civil empowerment organisation focused on the delivery of a National Integrity System. GII’s mission is to fight corruption and promote good governance in the daily lives of people and institutions by forging strong, trusting and effective partnerships with government, business and civil society and engagement with the people.

CPI Score - 41/100

CPI Ranking - 78

Years active: 1999 >

Contact :

research Research

No Research papers at this time

project Projects

November 2019

Community and Health Provider-driven Social Accountability Intervention (CaPSAI)

The Community and Provider-driven Social Accountability Intervention (CaPSAI) study is an intervention initiated in partnership with the UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO and the World Bank Special Training in Human Reproduction (HRP Research), which is the main instrument and leading research agency within the United Nations system concerned with sexual and reproductive health and rights.

It is being implemented by Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) and Population Council, with the aim of assessing how social accountability mechanisms can influence contraceptive uptake and use in family planning programmes/uptake.

The project is implemented in three district and in eight health sites (communities) in the Central region of Ghana.

The methodology adopted to implement this social accountability, is the use of community scorecard and eight steps has been designed to follow:

• Introduction of the intervention to the community.
• Mobilization of participants for the intervention.
• Health, rights and civic education with community participants.
• Prioritization meeting with community.
• Prioritization meeting with duty bearers.
• Interface meeting and joint action planning.
• First follow-up meeting with community and duty bearers at three months.
• Second follow-up meeting with community duty bearers at six months.

Policy & Insititutional Change:

Better Institutional Processes

Behaviour Change:

Community Action

partner Partners

Global Partners:

No Global Partners at this time

Regional Partners:

Ministry of Health

NGO or Civil Society Organisation

Population Council