Mainstreaming health sector accountability into Cameroons’ National Action Plans

Anti-Corruption — Webinar

Cameroon — May 31, 2024 @ 3:00am - 5:00am GMT+01:00

Center region , Yaounde

Host Organization and Partners — Actions for Development and Empowerment (ADE)


Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Actions for Development and Empowerment have been highly concerned on the use of funds especially COVID-19 and health sector strengthening resources. With support from BudgIT and CODE have been able to track use of public funds and private donations in Cameroon and we are working with multi-stakeholders in creating permanent dialogue mechanisms for health sector accountability.  
This session aims to highlight the context around use of funds during emergency procurement and also how OGP can/has helped shape vertical health sector accountability in countries already/not yet members of the OGP.

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