IAHE CAR 2016 - Collective Accountability Framework
The HC/HCT should develop a collective accountability framework with monitoring mechanisms for coverage, specific needs, AAP and connectedness to national development. To that end, it should consider:
i. Identifying and monitoring unmet and untargeted needs, including difficult-to-reach populations, and developing advocacy where needs cannot be met.
ii. Urgently identifying the needs of vulnerable groups in assisted populations, including people with disabilities, older people, people without family networks, and boys and young men.
iii. Implementing five AAP principles across the whole response, through HC/HCT commitment, defined accountabilities, stakeholder participation at all levels (including at strategic level), a response-wide feedback and complaints system, and regular monitoring of people’s satisfaction and priorities.