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Fletcher Tembo is currently Director, Mwananchi Social Accountability Research and Learning, Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute, London & Lilongwe

He conducts action research on transparency and accountability initiatives and has published papers such as ‘Citizen Voice and State Accountability: towards theories of change that embrace contextual dynamics’ and Re-thinking social accountability in Africa.

Fletcher provides M&E Kenya Drivers of Accountability Programme, Mozambique Civil Society Support Programme (MASC) and is part of the core research team advising on using Political Economy Analysis to inform project designs for the multi-donor civil society funding facility in Malawi. He also actively participates in the civil society experts group meetings organized by the UN Economic Commission for Africa and is currently conducting research on ‘democratic development’ from the perspective of citizen engagement

He has a PhD in International and Rural development from the University of Reading

  1. In search of the game changers: rethinking social accountability

    Working papers

  2. Final report of the external evaluation of the Think Tank Initiative

    Research reports

  3. Rethinking social accountability in Africa: lessons from the Mwananchi Programme

    Event

  4. Rethinking social accountability in Africa: lessons from the Mwananchi Programme

    Research reports

  5. Rethinking social accountability in Africa: a visual summary

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. The legislator's dilemma: following or moving against the tide of perverse incentives

  7. Holding government to account through direct citizen engagement - what works in Africa?

    Event

  8. The politics of poverty research: learning from the practice of policy dialogue

    Event

  9. Accountability is based on relationships, but data helps too

  10. World Bank annual meeting Japan: CSO panel discussion achieving better health outcomes through investments in social accountability

    Event

  11. Pan-African civil society empowerment and accountability learning event

    Event

  12. Making women's voices count: from participation to power

    Event

  13. Who are the ‘honourable’ - MPs or citizens?

  14. Demand-side governance: are we overstating the claims on social accountability?

    Event

  15. Citizen voice and state accountability: towards theories of change that embrace contextual dynamics

    Briefing/policy papers

  16. Citizen voice and state accountability: towards theories of change that embrace contextual dynamics

    Working papers

  17. The role of the media in fragile states: can donors help improve the quality of journalism?

    Event

  18. Challenges for the One Village One product (OVOP) movement in Sub-Saharan Africa - Insights from Malawi, Japan and Thailand

    Research reports

  19. New JICA, New think tank

  20. Study on Capacity Development Support Initiatives and Patterns: LCDF Research and Development Phase

    Research reports

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