Understanding Patterns of Accountability in Tanzania
|Authors||Oxford Policy Management, UK; Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), Tanzania|
|Type||Adobe PDF file|
|Description||Inception Report, February 2005|
|Notes/Abstract||This Inception Report has been prepared as the first of three components of the DFID funded study Understanding Patterns of Accountability in Tanzania. The study is being conducted by a consortium led by Oxford Policy Management, UK1 on behalf of the Governance Working Group (GWG) of the Development Partners of Tanzania.|
The purpose of the Inception Report is to present a preliminary mapping of the agents and institutions of accountability in Tanzania, to develop some preliminary hypotheses regarding the nature of accountability in Tanzania and, on this basis, to outline the proposed focus and approach for each of the pieces of field work to be undertaken within the study.