Our Governance course offers a comprehensive understanding of responsible resource management. Participants will delve into principles of good governance and accountability, citizenry rights, roles and responsibilities (3Rs) and effective  tools such as Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys(PETS) Social Accountability Monitoring (SAM) and PIMA Card. This course equips individuals with the knowledge and skills to advocate for equitable distribution and responsible utilization of valuable resources.

At Accountability Tanzania, we understand the significance of hands-on experience. Alongside theoretical learning, students engage in practical exercises, case studies, and field visits to observe resource in action. Our course structure ensures that you not only grasp the principles but also witness them in real-world contexts.

Course Outline:

1. Citizenry rights, roles and responsibilities (3Rs): Laying the Groundwork
2. Transparency and anti-corruption: Negative impacts of corruption, UN framework to tackle corruption and anti -corruption mechanism.
3. Relation between public and non-stake actors: non state actor accountability, 
4. Resource governance tools: Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys (PETS), Social Accountability Monitoring (SAM).
5. Community Resource Rights: Empowering the Grassroots
6. Transparency and Accountability: The Pillars of Good Governance
7. Sustainable Resource Governance Practices: From Theory to Action.

We believe in providing a comprehensive educational experience. AcT offers a range of resources, including reference materials, case studies, and access to experts. Our passionate team is dedicated to empowering local community members, CBOs, NOGs, FBOs, and governments with the knowledge and skills required to champion responsible resource management. Join us in this transformative course and become a steward of equitable and sustainable resource governance. Take a step towards a future where resources benefit all.

Learning outcome 

by the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  • Have better understanding of different types of governance, citizenry rights, roles and responsibilities.
  • Learn to be more inclusive and equitable. 
  • Grasp key concept around transparence and anticorruption.
  • Critically analyze the role of accountability and audit systems.
  • Well informed about how to monitor/track public resources and dialogue to duty bearers for improving community projects. 
  • Build good relationship between rights holders and duty bearers.