On August 18 and 19, 2015, stakeholders of the project, Guarding the Integrity of the Conditional Cash
Transfer Program or iPantawid met for the mid-term assessment of the project‘s implementation. The
assessment aimed to gather valuable lessons and insights from the application of social accountability
approaches and tools. Using ANSA-EAP‘s 3Ts – Tales, Tools, and Techniques, result of the
assessment will input in enhancing the social accountability projects being implemented by the NLCGG
partnership led by the Concerned Citizens of Abra for Good Government (CCAGG). It also fed
into the subsequent project implementation and activities.
Project field implementers (local CSOs, Municipal Links, and Parent Leaders) assisted the Project Management Committee in assessing the effectiveness of tools and processes with narration of implementers’ field experiences during early months of i-Pantawid implementation.
Illustrated dynamic use of ‘concept+practice’ as method in participatory assessment workshops. First use of ‘adaptive learning’ as method in improvement of system in social accountability projects.