The primary objective of this training is to enhance the professional capabilities of regional specialists and community technology support officers (CTSO) in Jalal-Abad, Batken, and Osh Oblasts regarding the aforementioned subject. 

Over a period of three days, from June 19th to June 21st, the participants will explore the historical background, principles, methods, and tools related to social audit and social accountability. Moreover, they will gain insights into the objectives of social accountability meetings for local communities, acquire knowledge on reporting and dissemination techniques within the framework of social mobilization under CSP implementation, and develop practical skills for engaging with target groups. 

It is worth highlighting that social audit and social accountability are highly effective mechanisms for engaging with local communities, facilitating the establishment of good governance by the local community during subproject implementation. These tools also contribute to enhanced access to information regarding CSP implementation, increased awareness about the rights and opportunities available to beneficiaries, and the development of new mechanisms for interaction between citizens and local self-government bodies. 

Upon completion of the training, which concludes on June 27th, the community technology support officers from the three Oblasts will organize one-day training sessions. These sessions will involve leaders and executive committee members of the Corridor-Village Investment Associations (C-VIA), community reporters, and local self-government specialists from the communities targeted by the CSP. 

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