Handicap International , August 2012, 5.11mb (about 14 minutes on a modem, or 40 seconds on DSL)
May 2012, 68kb (about 10 seconds on a modem, or 1 second on DSL)
2011 Food Integrity Study- Transparency International Kenya, March 2012, 9.94mb (about 27 minutes on a modem, or 1 minute on DSL)
HelpAge International, November 2010, 1007kb (about 3 minutes on a modem, or 8 seconds on DSL)
HelpAge International, November 2010, 1.60mb (about 4 minutes on a modem, or 10 seconds on DSL)
Jamie Munn, February 2010, 592kb (about 1 minute on a modem, or 5 seconds on DSL)
HAP International, August 2009, 71kb (about 10 seconds on a modem, or 1 second on DSL)
Jamie Munn, November 2008, 512kb (about 1 minute on a modem, or 4 seconds on DSL)
An archive an extensive bibliography covering the themes of beneficiary participation, accountability and management systems in humanitarian action and relief efforts.
Jamie Munn, September 2008, 57kb (about 9 seconds on a modem, or 1 second on DSL)
To create awareness among humanitarian workers concerning GBV, with an emphasis on putting in place procedures to safeguard against abuse of women and children.
Remedios Gorgornio, May 2008, 627kb (about 2 minutes on a modem, or 5 seconds on DSL)
David Mosse, January 2005, 329kb (about 1 minute on a modem, or 3 seconds on DSL)
Mosse, David (2005) 'Global Governance and the Ethnography of International Aid.' In: Mosse, D. and Lewis, D., (eds.), The Aid Effect. Giving and Governing in International Development. Pluto Press, pp. 1-36.
David Mosse, January 2004, 116kb (about 20 seconds on a modem, or 1 second on DSL)
Mosse, David (2004) 'Is good policy unimplementable? Reflections on the ethnography of aid policy and practice.' Development and Change, 35(4) . pp. 639-671.
April 2003, 2.37mb (about 6 minutes on a modem, or 20 seconds on DSL)
Craig Johnson, January 2001, 63kb (about 10 seconds on a modem, or 1 second on DSL)
ODI Working Paper 149
Community meeting to introduce and seek input on a camp-level complaints and response mechanism, Haiti (2010)
"To my mind the stand out success of the Lanka Tsunami program was "Accountability". It was obvious from the quantitative and qualitative evaluation data that the ops teams learned from, and worked hard to, include accountability standards into each implementation stage resulted in far greater community satisfaction and ownership with outputs. It was great to see happy stakeholders with realistic expectations being met rather than just people who woke up one day with a house, latrine or well (somewhat begrudgingly in some cases)."
Andrew Lanyon, Operations Director (Program Implementation) Lanka Tsunami Response Team, World Vision International