Practitioner's Profile

In this section, we highlight Social Accountability practitioners from our partner organizations in the region

 

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Teten Masduki, ANSA-EAP Executive Committee Member

If there is any reason why ANSA-EAP Executive Committee member and Transparency International-Indonesia Secretary-General Teten Masduki is keenly interested in social accountability, it is because it embodies his life’s work. “I am interested in social accountability because when I write about it, I think, ‘oh, this is what I have been doing for a long time.’” For...

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Ester Alkonga, RECITE Inc., Northern Luzon...

CSO volunteer and community leader Ester Alkonga had long been involved in grassroots projects in Pangasinan, northern Philippines,  in her capacity as the Executive Director of Responsible Citizens, Empowered Communities and Solidarity towards Social Change (RECITE, Inc.), a citizens’ group that works to build the capacities of local leaders to manage community programs and...

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San Chey, ANSA-EAP Network Fellow for Cambodia

For San Chey, ANSA EAP's first network fellow, the association with ANSA-EAP has been an enriching one. It strengthened his governance work in Cambodia, gave him the experience he needed to become a more effective builder of coalitions, and molded him to become a leader in his own right. ANSA-EAP, he says, helped him become an effective builder of coalitions. “ANSA EAP gave me the...

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Eli Ricote, ASPAP

Change starts with the youth, which is why Professor Eli Ricote, president of the Association of Schools of Public Administration in the Philippines (ASPAP), is passionate about introducing social accountability to public administration students. Ricote, a senior public administration professor at the Jose Rizal University in the Philippines, presides over the activities of ASPAP, a network...

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Chea Cheysovanna, STAR Kampuchea

For social accountability to benefit more people, it is necessary for people to understand what it is and how it can be used toward good governance. In most developing countries, however, capacity is still limited, and in the process slows down the use of social accountability tools to achieve governance reforms. In this light, ANSA-EAP’s most valuable contribution to STAR Kampuchea...

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