CGG launches its mobile application to track service delivery in Rural Communities.
The less complicated easy to use mobile application will be used by CGG’S trained monitors to capture real-life situations, bringing out the current status of basic services such as Maternal Health Care, Water, and SGBV.
With the theme: The Prevalence or Access to maternal health, water, and SGBV, the Building Women’s Capacity for Democratic Dialogue and Accountability project will focus on mapping and assessing these services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This will help communities to understand in practical terms what kinds of services are available and how affordable and accessible they are.
Also, community-based women will demand for improved services from duty bearers, policymakers, sector heads, stakeholders, etc.
Kindly follow us as we daily track facilities in rural communities.