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Contract assignment to the implement Civil Society: Mutual Accountability (CS; MAP) Project
 
 
Human Rights Protection and Legal Service Centre, HRPLSC-Nepal has completed the assignment between HRPLSC and FHI360 in 1st March, 2017 to the implementation of Civil Society: Mutual Accountability (CS; MAP) Project at local level and grant supported by USAID Nepal.  HRPLSC will implementing Mutual Accountability: Local Initiatives project in Rukum, Rolpa, Salyan and Pyuthan Districts for three years with the partnership of FHI360.
 
The goal of this project is to strengthen the effective civil society and media oversight of public resource use and public service delivery. The objective-1- Improved bottom up coordination between community, district, and national formal and informal CSOs engaged in public service oversight for constructive advocacy, Objective 2 - Improved citizen use of available GON social accountability mechanisms, Objective 3- Improved citizen engagement in media and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) tools to strengthen public participation and oversight and Objective 4- Improved organizational capacity including institutional governance, financial sustainability, research and learning, constructive advocacy and GESI institutionalization of CSOs.
 
The project will cover 20 VDCs of four Districts which are the most remote, lack of access of public on local services, weak service delivery of local service provider in selected district. During the program people from Disadvantage (DAG), CAC,WCF, youths, school children and community based organizations, political parties, and other state agencies like VDC office, DDC office, Schools, Health post, and district-level civil society organizations will engage in the project.  To achieve the result Project has planned various activities like Establish and facilitation of Gaunpalika/VDC/local level Common Assembly, Formation Public-Private Working Groups (PPWGs), Conduct Sajha Sabhas, Establish ShreejanshilShakhas and practiced of Good Governance Barometer (GGB) and conduct oversight monitoring at local level.
The project primary beneficiaries of the Project will be people from disadvantage group, like marginalized women, old citizen, single women, members of Citizen Awareness Centre (CAC), members of WCF and community based organisations. This group will be benefited directly from Project inputs, such as information about services and processes, training, connections and linkages and resultant supply of services.
 
Secondary beneficiaries are Gaunpalika/VDC/local level office, schools, health post, DDC, political parties,  and other state agencies, and district-level  civil society organisations, who will have both direct (to a limited extent) and indirect benefits from the Project. They will particularly benefit from informed and skilled people capable of engaging with state to promote governance and accountability.