Better resource delivery through better information is a four phased model of resource tracking and feedback (see image of the model below). The model has been tested by Development Research and Training (DRT) and Development Initiatives (DI) in five districts in northern Uganda. It aims at improving demand for, and accountability of, decision making on resources reaching the community in the five districts through the central and local government, NGOs and donors. The districts are Gulu, Katakwi, Kitgum, Kotido and Pader.
The approach is implemented under the Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA) Project. PPA is funded by the Department for International Development (DFID). Through this project, DRT and DI have since 2011, facilitated interventions aiming at building the capacity of communities, civil society and government officials at different levels to effectively access budget and other important data, interpret it and use it to inform resource allocations and management of development and humanitarian resources.