Kenya: Water without walking for miles
When water pumps broke, repair was often delayed and people had to walk miles for water. Uchi and Mwanakombo got this and other problems solved.
Nepal: Students with disabilities secure eye tests for all
Mithilesh is partially sighted and felt excluded at school. Now, as chair of the school’s Integrity Club, he’s made life better for his peers.
Afghanistan: Ensuring teachers turn up to work
Teachers often failed to show up at this school in Afghanistan. Now engagement by the Integrity Club has solved the problem. This programme ran from 2018 - 2021.
We develop digital tools and community-centred methods to ensure vital projects and services meet the needs of all the citizens who use them.
Citizens from diverse backgrounds are ensuring services and projects are delivered well, in collaboration with the people responsible for them.
Water supplies repaired, classrooms built properly, and communities and public stakeholders trusting each other and collaborating to solve problems.
US$1,026,838,379 worth of projects monitored since 2013
6,027 problems solved out of 9,238 problems identified
516 projects and services currently being monitored in 9 countries
Research report: Does citizen monitoring save public money?
Research on the effectiveness of citizen monitoring in saving money.
Learning paper: Does citizen monitoring improve infrastructure quality?
This paper explores the impact of citizen monitoring on improving infrastructure