Moderator: Joy Phumaphi, Co-Chair of the iERG(TBC)
- Dr. Lynn Freedman, Professor at Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
- Rudo Kwaramba, Regional Leader, Southern Africa Region, World Vision International
- Fletcher Tambo, Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute
- Carolyn Reynolds, The World Bank (TBC)
- Representative of Government of Japan (TBC)
Order of Proceedings
Attendees arrive and are seated
Welcome; introduction of panelists (JP)
Panelist 1: Dr Lynn Freedman
The human rights discourse; health as a human right
Panelist 2: Rudo Kwaramba
World Vision’s experience with Social Accountability in the Southern Africa Region
What does social accountability do for the health of the poor?
Panelist 3: Fletcher Tambo
Social accountability, theories of change
What are the critical success factors of Social Accountability?
Panelist 4: Carolyn Reynolds (TBC)
What can we do as a donor community to support social accountability?
Why has the Bank taken this unprecedented step of creating the Global Partnership for Social Accountability?
Panelist 5: Government of Japan representative (TBC)
The Japanese Government's perspective on demand-led, participatory governance
Discussion among Panelists (Moderator)
QA with the floor(Moderator)
Hand-over of campaign actions (30,000 signatures) to World Bank Vice President