The Accountability Lab Nepal was founded in early 2012 as an effort to work with young people to develop new ideas for accountability, transparency and open government. It has evolved into a global network of local Accountability Labs that are finding new ways to shift societal norms, solve intractable challenges and build "unlikely networks" for change. We change mindsets and support accountability champions through popular, positive campaigns inside and outside governments. We equip reformers for collective action - both inside and outside government. We promote collaboration around accountability and open governance by supporting community feedback loops.
Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:
Apr 4, 2017
A Permanent Home at Last
Kabiraj spent nearly two years in living in temporary housing: four tin walls held together with wooden poles, topped with a tin roof weighted down with rocks. While the government of Nepal's relief...
Jan 17, 2017
people Powered Accountability After Earthquake
Initiatives to close the feedback loop and ensure people powered accountability in Nepal
What is going well:
Recognition and trust from the community: The community members have given us positive...