Examples of Good Practices

While the SAR4P can be useful for practice, the way practitioners report inevitably varies. To better explain the SAR4P, video interviews were conducted with practitioners on how they go about reporting on each domain in the SAR4P in their own work. These videos aim to provide examples of how the different domains of the SAR4P can be reported on. These videos do not aim to be exhausted, but attempt to provide examples that might stimulate further thinking. Further information on the content discussed in the videos can be found on the example documents provided by the video participants below. 

Domain 1: Who are you?
Domain 3: How did you think change would happen?

Examples of best practices by Alice Monyo, Sikika.

Reporting examples:

Citizens and Service Providers Taking Action – Social Accountability Monitoring

Domain 4: What happened, when?

Examples of best practices by Fernando Jerez, Centro de estudios para la equidad en los sistemas de salud.

Reporting examples:

How Can Evidence Bolster Citizen Action?


Domain 5: What are the learnings within and beyond your context?

Examples of best practices by Sarah Miller Frazer, RTI International.

Reporting examples:

– A Guide to ‘Pause and Reflect’ – Pragmatic Advice for Practitioners