Three women sitting on a table during a Weekend Solution as part of the

“We Mind” enabled youth social mobilisers to participate in accountability processes

Three women sitting on a table during a Weekend Solution as part of the

“We Mind” enabled youth social mobilisers to participate in accountability processes

The “We Mind” Project

From August 2017 until December 2018

About

Accountability and Justice are two sides of the same coin!

Through “We Mind” Project, REFORM worked in partnership with the Coalition for Accountability and Transparency (AMAN) to create a network of youth social mobilisers. These mobilisers can take an active role in social accountability processes, and enhance the access of the direct beneficiaries to data and services.

“We Mind” Project also established a database capable of bridging the gaps among various service providers in Jerusalem and between the official and civil institutions. It also enhanced the access of the Palestinian public in Jerusalem to various information and services.

In addition, “We Mind” Project aimed to ensure a transparent service delivery processes to Jerusalemites. Thus, reducing the overlap and conflict among projects, initiatives, and activities conducted by civil and semi-official institutions and donors, and between the official institutions in Jerusalem.

a group of male  beneficiaries attending a Weekend Solution as part of the

Objectives

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Establish ...

… a Jerusalemite accountability council. This council will carry out a number of supervisory activities to monitor the public and official performance and expenditure in Jerusalem.

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Enhance ...

… the access of Jerusalemites to information within “We Mind” Project.

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Enhance ...

… the engagement of the public in monitoring the service providers and holding them accountable.

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Promote ...

… the participation of direct beneficiaries in designing, evaluating and monitoring developmental interventions.

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Establish ...

… an interactive database capable of facilitating the flow of information to local beneficiaries.

Four men and a woman sitting on a table during a Weekend Solution within
a mixed group of beneficiaries during a Weekend Solution within

Outcomes

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A survey has been conducted on the institutions operating in Jerusalem, and their classification according to their fields of work.

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An interactive website “Infographic website” has been established within “We Mind” Project. This website acts as an interactive coordination platform between various institutions to enhance the access of the public in Jerusalem.

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A weekend solution session has been implemented to discuss the establishment of the Jerusalem Accountability Council in Jerusalem.

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A code of conduct has been created. This code of conduct is capable of enabling the Jerusalem Accountability Council to exercise its accountability functions.

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A Jerusalemite Accountability Council has been established to monitor the public and official performance and expenditure in Jerusalem.

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Governance & Public Policy

The project was achieved within “We Mind” Project is correspondent with our Governance and Public Policy Program.

Coalition for Accountability and Transparency (AMAN)  logo, a partner of the project
Reform Logo - initiator of the project
Coalition for Accountability and Transparency (AMAN)  logo, a partner of the project
Reform Logo - initiator of the project
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