Jan 12, 2016Roads, Youth

This case study details how a group of students from Azzoun Boys School in the West Bank worked with Integrity Action’s partner in Palestine, The Teachers Creativity Centre (TCC), to encourage local leaders to recognise and address inconsistencies and favouritism during the course of a road building project.

Jan 12, 2016Roads, Youth

This case study details how Integrity Action’s partner in Palestine, The Teachers Creativity Centre (TCC) is bringing about significant social change through a process of community interaction and integrity building in the small town of Tammoun in the West Bank.

Jan 12, 2016Roads, Youth

‘Students successfully advocate for critical road improvements to a hazardous main road in Kurfr Dan, West Bank’ details how the Teachers Creativity Center, a local grassroots organisation in Palestine, has partnered with international NGO Integrity Action, to train teams in the implementation of Community Integrity Building programmes in high schools across the West Bank.

Jul 28, 2015Water and Sanitation
Residents in the Jany-Konoush area of Isfana town know all about the dangers of living so close to the Isfana River. In 2011, the river flooded, causing mudflows which devastated infrastructure in an area where many already live in poverty. 2km of drinking water pipes were washed away, 4km of roads were wrecked, and crops and cattle, an important source of income for many residents, were lost. In addition, 8 families were forced to move because their homes were so badly damaged.
Jun 2, 2015Roads
Since the fall of the Taliban government in 2001, road reconstruction has been a major development priority in Afghanistan. In 2001, Afghanistan had just 50km of paved roads, which explains why road reconstruction has absorbed the second highest amount of aid expenditure in the country since 2001.
May 1, 2015Water and Sanitation
Accessing clean drinking water is a major challenge for citizens living in Kavimvira and Kilomoni districts of Uvira City, Eastern DRC. Many residents living in Kavimvira and Kilomoni districts are not connected to the national water network because it is too expensive. This has forced some people to use unsafe sources of water such as the Kavimvira River and Lake Tanganyika for drinking water.
Apr 9, 2015Education
‘Attending the Integrity Action course in July was a milestone for our integrity work. It helped us clarify our understanding of integrity and plan our trainings.’ Dr Agnes Jenei, NUPS, one of the senior academic trainers.
Mar 2, 2015Education
Citizens in Timor-Leste have faced serious challenges securing access to education since the nation became independent in 2002. In 1999, many schools were damaged in pre-independence violence, which destroyed 70 percent of the country’s infrastructure.
Jan 22, 2015Education
This case study illustrates how Integrity Education has been embedded into training for senior public officials at the Nepal Administrative Staff College (NASC) with the technical support from of Integrity Action’s help. It highlights a step change in the NASC curriculum from a focus on ethics to an expanded module on integrity, which has received a positive reaction from participants and trainers and a shift in attitudes about what is possible in combating corruption in the civil service.
Dec 12, 2014Access to Justice
Many Nepalese citizens do not have official government citizenship documentation and if they do, it often contains incorrect information. Not having official documentation, or having incorrect documentation, means an individual cannot access a range of vital government services, or carry out a range of important official transactions.