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Building Citizen Trust in South Cotabato, Philippines

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How are local leaders fighting the pandemic for their constituents?

Reynaldo Tamayo Jr., Governor of South Cotabato, Philippines, explains how the principles of transparency, participation, inclusion and accountability guided their local efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and how placing citizens at the heart of policy-making can rebuild trust in government.

Guest: Reynaldo Tamayo Jr., Governor of South Cotabato

Co-Host: Yanuar Nugroho, OGP Envoy

Host: Stephanie Bluma, Chief Communications and Campaigns Officer, OGP

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