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From March to July 2021
 
1.  Conduct Community Score Card with citizens: CAFs, with the support of YCC, will conduct the Community Score Card. The process includes conducting 16 meetings with at least 30 citizens in each meeting, 8 meetings
 
2.  Conduct self-assessment of three sectors with service providers to inform them about community score cards.  CAFs, with the support of YCC will meet with the service providers of 1 HC, 2 primary schools, and the CC to conduct a self-assessment of their services. 
 
3.  Organize pre-meetings with CAFs for Single and Multi-interface meetings. YCC will have a one-day pre-meeting with CAFs in each commune to prepare for the single and multi-interface meetings
 
4.  Conduct single interface meetings.  YCC with CAFs will facilitate the single interface meeting for 40 people which includes 1 district staff, at least 15 citizens, Community Council staff, 4 Health Center staff, and primary school staff. Citizens/service users and service providers come together to share their respective assessments and to improve service delivery. These meetings, which will bring together delegates from all previous service user and service provider assessment meetings, will develop a shared understanding of local service delivery progress and challenges fed by feedback from service users and service providers and then will develop service-specific action plans for service in health centers, primary schools and communes.
 
5.  Online Talk Show: YCC will closely cooperate with private sectors, state universities, Ministry of labor and commerce, ILO, and the relevant stakeholders to conduct the series of roundtable talk show online in order to discuss how social enterprise can and is being used to address gaps in public policy. YCC will be talking about the role of social enterprise in tacking the issue of gender inequality, and non-profit organizations transitioning from charity to enterprise business models
 
•  Sub-National Authority Dialogue: Youth network members will regularly conduct the quarterly sub-national authority meeting in order to follow up on the progress of what has been implementing and to raise the suggestion from citizen and youth themselves. Additionally, youth also will have the idea to assist sub-national authority on what they can do. From this meeting, the engagement between youth networks and sub-national authority will be closer in working to develop the community and address the issue of civic engagement.