This article describes the roles of five advocacy groups that built collaborative initiatives to address the collapsing health system in South Africa.
The findings presented are based on retrospective reviews of annual reports, organizational evaluations, interviews, and focus group discussions with each of four participating organizations and existing literature on the fifth.
The key findings, for both advocacy groups shaping alliance strategies and for funders, are that flexible funding and a shared value system among groups with diverse capacities, constituencies, and reputational resources is a good approach for enabling adaptive and innovative strategies for holding the public sector accountable.
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Klugman, Barbara and Jassat, Waasila
"Enhancing Funders’ and Advocates’ Effectiveness: The Processes Shaping Collaborative Advocacy for Health System Accountability in South Africa,"
The Foundation Review:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/tfr/vol8/iss1/4