Assessing the National System For Social Accountability in Health

The National Social Accountability System in Health Assessment Tool (NSASHAT), tested in Rwanda and Malawi, guides national governments and their stakeholders and partners, through the five key domains of Social Accountability (SA) in health, and provides a scoring process for each domain to highlight gaps and strengths. The scores will inform plans to improve their SA in health and strengthen the collaboration of rights holders and duty bearers toward improving reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services (RMNCH) outcomes through accessible, responsive primary health services.

This assessment report presents the results of the NSASHAT pilot testing. Click here to download.