According to the bank document, "The proposed project will support civil society implementation of a the second, 5-year phase of Implementation Plan for the Social Accountability Framework (ISAF II) which aims to scale up from covering more than 60% of the rural districts in the country under ISAF Phase I to cover all rural districts and to additionally cover all urban municipalities. Initial financing for the proposed project will cover activities in the ten provinces, seven of which were covered in ISAF I and three new provinces. Additional financing to allow the project to cover all provinces in the country is planned as contributions to the main financing source, the Social Accountability and Service Delivery Trust Fund (SASD-TF) are secured over the next year or so. The project aims to empower all citizens to participate in activities that would hold public service providers accountable for the quality of their services. The four main service providers are District Administrations, Commune Councils, health centers and primary schools"
Cambodia Social Accountabilty and Service Delivery US$ 5.95 million
Erik Caldwell Johnson, Senior Social Development Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Finance
H.E. Vanndy Hem, Under Secretary of State
World Vision International
Daniel Selvanayagam, National Director for Cambodia and Laos
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