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Bottom-Up Accountability in Uganda: Learning from People-centered, Multi-level Health Advocacy Campaigns

This brief analyzes how the Accountability Can Transform Health (ACT Health) program activated bottom-up citizen action to secure government responses and more accountable health services in Uganda. This brief focuses on ACT Health’s “people-centered advocacy” approach which supported almost 400 community advocates representing 98 health facilities to organize, identify joint advocacy priorities, directly monitor health services, and collaborate on health advocacy campaigns in 18 districts.