The County Accountability and Advocacy Team (CAAT)

This project is monitoring, tracking, advocating, and educating citizens in six counties for the effective management of the County Social Development Funds and publicly funded projects.

This process includes documenting and creating awareness on county sitting resolutions and implementation, and the county budget processes. The institution is working through the County Project Management Team, District Development Councils, Civil Society, Community based organizations and local stakeholders across the six counties using a range of citizen-led accountability practices and tools such as: participatory planning, participatory budgeting, social audit, community scorecard, citizen report card, and participatory monitoring and evaluation of public services to foster local development and accountability.