ሰኞ - አርብ 2፡30 – 11፡30 በሀገርኛ
Social Accountability is a component of the Promotion of Basic Services (PBS) project, which is implemented by the Government of Ethiopia to contribute to improve the delivery of basic services. SA is funded by UKAID, EU, Irish Aid, Austrian Development Agency and the Sweden Embassy through a World Bank administered Multi Donor Trust Fund.
Social accountability is understood as the processes by which ordinary citizens, who are the users of public services, voice their needs, preferences and demands regarding public services; and are able to hold policy makers and service providers accountable for weak performance. It involves citizens/communities working together, to ensure that government and service providers are managing public funds effectively and transparently.
Addis Ababa City Women’s Association is implementing the project since 2012, at the moment it is implementing in 6 wordas of Addis Ababa partnering with UEWCA and ESAP MA
SASA! aims to transform imbalances of power by sparking community-wide critical discussion and positive action. This work is led by women and men who live and work in the community, with training and support by dedicated organizational staff.
SASA!is an exploration of power—what it is, who has it, how it is used, how it is abused and how power dynamics between women and men can change for the better. SASA !demonstrates how understanding power and its effects can help us prevent violence against women and HIV infection
The SASA! is a community mobilization intervention that seeks to change community attitudes, norms and behaviors that result in gender inequality, violence and increased HIV vulnerability for women.
Addis Ababa city Women’s Association is implementing the SASA! project with the aim to create a community where living non-violently with balanced power is the expected (‘normal’) way to live in two woredas, KirkosWoreda 9 and 10 of Addis Ababa.
The project is implemented in partnership with British Council, Social Development Direct and Pact
The Women’s Voice and Leadership (WVL) project is implemented aiming at improving the management and sustainability of women’s organizations, advancing gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.The project being financed by Global Fund Canada, AAWA is implementing ta two years project partnering with Plan International Ethiopia who is the main partner to Global Fund Canada.