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What does SA stand for?

SA stands for Social Accountability

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  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
  • Business, finance, etc.

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End Date (Assumed): 2014 ISSUE NA[bar]: 3 ISSUE DATE: 1 March 2013 POSTED: 8 April 2013 Location: Sierra Leone SECTOR: Health and Nutrition The objectives are to: (a) scale-up the performance-based financing mechanism, technical assistance for policy agenda agreed with the Government of Sierra Leone; and (b) improve the results focus through strengthening social accountability of the free health care initiative.
KALEEN HAS EARNED SA8000 STATUS FROM Social Accountability International (SAI), whose mission is to advance the human rights of workers around the world.
Social accountability Social accountability of academic institutions undertaking training of health professionals was defined by the World Health Organization in 1995 as 'The social obligation to direct education, research and service activities towards addressing the priority health concerns of the community, region, or nation they have a mandate to serve.
of California, Los Angeles) brings together 30 chapters written by a group of specialists in statistics, research and evaluation, sociology, education, psychology, and public policy, from the US, Canada, Australia, and Europe who detail their evaluation theories, the theories' evolution and relationships, and the roots of evaluation in social science research methodology, social accountability, and epistemology.
Washington, April 19 (Xinhua-ANI): The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has approved in principle the creation of the Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA), its latest effort to support civil society organizations (CSOs), the Washington-based Bank announced on Thursday.
Stressing the role of participatory governance assessments and social accountability in strengthening democratic governance at the national and international level, Mr Ban said: "These questions are not only fundamental for the nascent democracies now struggling to take shape; they are crucial to societies farther along in their transition.