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Table 2 Accountability for reasonableness analytical framework

From: Fairness and legitimacy of decisions during delivery of malaria services and ITN interventions in zambia

AFR condition Explanation
Relevance Rationales for priority setting decisions must rest on reasons (evidence and principles) that 'fair-minded' people can agree are relevant in the context
Publicity Priority setting decisions and their rationales must be publicly accessible - justice cannot abide secrets where people's well being is concerned
Revisions/appeals There must be a mechanism for challenge, including the opportunity for revising decisions in light of considerations that stakeholders may raise
Enforcement There is either voluntary or public regulation of the process to ensure that the first three conditions are met.
  1. (Source: Daniels and Sabin, 2002)