Program & Technical Resources
Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting Tools for Youth Social Accountability
Community Score Card
The community score card is used as part of a process to hold health systems accountable for delivering high quality services. This community score card tool was adapted for use by adolescents and youth in partnership with health system actors and community members.
Net mapping is a visual mapping tool that individuals and groups can use to clarify their own view of a situation, foster discussion, and develop a strategic approach to cultivating supportive stakeholders and partners.
Most Significant Change
The Most Significant Change approach involves generating and analyzing personal accounts of change and deciding which of these accounts is the most significant and why.
An after-action review is a simple tool to help facilitate reflection and learning immediately after the close of an important activity or event, such as development of a work plan; an event, such as a conference or stakeholder meeting; or a discrete program activity, such as a training of trainers or initial mentoring activities.