Beneficiary accountability


Beneficiary accountability is critical to effective development programming, ensuring that interventions are accountable, transparent and appropriate to those they are seeking to support. Tools such as beneficiary feedback mechanisms can also help to enhance inclusion, adaptation and a better understanding of how change is happening (or not) for all those that a project is working to support. Resources on this topic from UK Aid Direct and other key sources can be found below.

Our resources
A guide to beneficiary feedback mechanisms PDF

A guide to beneficiary feedback mechanisms

This guide explains key terms on beneficiary feedback mechanisms, why they are useful, and how to use them in project implementation.

UK Aid Direct webinar on beneficiary feedback mechanisms LINK

UK Aid Direct webinar on beneficiary feedback mechanisms

This looks at the importance of using feedback mechanisms in project design and implementation; hosted in collaboration with World Vision.

External resources
Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms - lessons from a multi-country pilot Link

Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms - lessons from a multi-country pilot

This website provides key findings and lessons on beneficiary feedback mechanisms from a pilot undertaken by seven UK Aid Direct grant holders.