Research was conducted in Afghanistan to produce a learning paper on IWA’s community based monitoring programme supported by Integrity Action.
Research was conducted in Kenya to produce a learning paper on NTA’s community based monitoring programme supported by Integrity Action.
Research was conducted in Nepal to produce a learning paper on CAHURAST’s community based monitoring programmes supported by Integrity Action.
Aid is a fantastic investment but the problem is that not all of it reaches the intended beneficiaries due to corruption, fraud and mismanagement. This paper argues for a reinvention of development aid: a transformation whereby feedback loops are introduced to make aid more efficient. Joy Saunders argues that integrating feedback from citizens – those who understand the local context and needs better than anyone else - into the development process has the potential to radically improve aid delivery.
This paper will review the rise of the anti-corruption movement, and show that the most successful anti-corruption efforts have commitment from political leaders as well as public support. There is considerable global evidence on the active role civil society has played over the years in promoting participatory government and holding government to account. A strong partnership and sense of collective responsibility between civil society and government is vital to build strong democracies and reverse the negative effects of corruption.
As transparency, accountability and openness emerge as predominant international development themes, it is increasingly widely accepted that opening information will bring significant benefits by encouraging people to question what their governments are doing, reducing opportunities for corruption, and increasing the impact of aid.
هذا دليل عملي لبناء النزاهة المجتمعية يعتمد على الخبرة العملية لمؤسسة (العمل من أجل النزاهة) وخبرة الدول المجاورة. تم إنشاؤه لاستخدامه من قبل المنظمات العاملة أو التي تخطط للعمل في هذا المجال، بما في ذلك المنظمات غير الحكومية والوكالات الحكومية والجهات المانحة للمساعدات والشركات.
यो सामुदायिक सदाचारिता निर्माणका लागि व्यावहारिक निर्देशिका इन्टिग्रिटी एक्सन तथा अन्य देशका सहकर्मी संस्थाहरुका व्यावाहारिक अनुभवहरुबाट प्रेरित छ । यस क्षेत्रमा काम गरिरहेका वा गर्न इच्छुक संस्था जस्तै गैह्रसरकारी संस्था, सरकारी निकायहरु, दाताहरु र व्यापारीहरुका प्रयोगका लागि सिर्जना गरिएको हो |
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The construction sector is responsible for building crucial infrastructure and can contribute to positive economic and social outcomes including reducing poverty. Up to 30 percent of public budgets is spent on construction and maintenance, across sectors such as transport, energy, water, health, education, and housing (Construction Sector Transparency Initiative, 2014). The G20 recognise the importance of infrastructure in enabling development and building prosperity in industrialised, emerging and developing countries.
For the last 10 years, we’ve been helping communities, especially the poor, engage in development so that they receive better public services such as safe school building, clean drinking water, sanitation and access to healthcare in developing and conflict affected countries.
Does operating with a heightened level of integrity play a pivotal role in delivering superior financial performance? The objective of this paper is to provide a case study where heightened integrity delivered increased profits.