Mr. Ezzatollah and Mr. Nangialeh are two local monitors who received training in Community Integrity Building (CIB) from Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA). Between 2014 – 2016, they monitored the construction of Mohammadi Sahebzadeh School for boys in Behsud District, Nangarhar province. According to UNICEF in 2016, 40 percent of children in Afghanistan were not enrolled in school.
This case study written by Claudia Baez Camargo, Head of Governance Research at the Basel Institute on Governance pertains to an assessment conducted by the Basel Institute on Governance, in collaboration with UNDP’s Global Anti-Corruption Initiative (GAIN), of a social accountability monitoring project in the municipality of San Miguel, Bohol in the Philippines.
This case study describes how the National Taxpayers Association, Integrity Action’s partner in Kenya, was able to engage in a constructive and solution focused way with county government officials in Homa Bay, Nyanza and successfully advocate for an additional fund disbursement enabling the completion of an underfunded classroom construction project at Ochuoga Primary school, a remotely situated school in Karachuonyo constituency.
This case study details how a second grant from Integrity Action to the National Taxpayers Association is being used to train monitors in Community Integrity Building. Monitors employing the approach in Nandi in the Rift Valley region have begun building their evidence base around stalled projects across the province, many of which have been at a standstill for years. This case study outlines two current examples of this kind of project in Matema and Chumundu.
This case study outlines the impact of the work of Integrity Action’s partner in Kenya, the National Taxpayers Association, in the training of community monitors in Homa Bay County, Nyanza. Monitors worked to engage in a constructive and solutions focused way with local government personnel regarding the distribution of funds to local schools that were in urgent need of development.
This case study details how UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), Ubon Ratchathani University and Integrity Action are supplying young people in Thailand with knowledge, tools and skills to build integrity in their university and country, and reach out to their neighbours in the Greater Mekong Sub-region(GMS). This is being provided through Integrity and Anti-Corruption Education training and a creative and sustainable “Refuse To Be Corrupt” cafe project.