The Transparency for Development Initiative

Can citizens and communities fill an important gap in improving health services and outcomes? How can people be empowered and supported to hold their doctors, midwives, and governments accountable for better health care? These are the questions that the Transparency for Development (T4D) initiative sought to answer.

This five-year initiative – led by the Harvard Kennedy School and Results for Development Institute – was designed to identify actionable and generalizable evidence that can help transparency and accountability practitioners, donors, and health-focused civil society organizations implement smarter and more effective work to strengthen citizen empowerment and health outcomes alike.

Global & Regional Initiatives

R4D is a globally recognized leader for designing initiatives that connect implementers, experts and funders across countries to build knowledge and get that knowledge into practice.