Nov 20, 2014Education
Despite considerable improvements in recent years to Afghanistan’s education system many children still face obstacles receiving a quality education. There are children living in the Ghunde Yazda district of Herat city who do not actually have a proper school to go to.
Oct 10, 2014Education, Extractives/ Natural Resources
“Promoting Integrity through Constructive Engagement in the Ivory Coast” profiles the work of Integrity Action partner Initiative pour la Justice Sociale, la Bonne Gouvernance, et la transparence en Côte d’Ivoire (Social Justice.)
Oct 10, 2014Education, Extractives/ Natural Resources
“Citizen engagement to improve education in Liberia” sheds light on how Integrity Action’s partner in Liberia, the Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD), is enabling citizen engagement and oversight in the implementation of a community college in Grand Bassa County to ensure funds from extractives revenues benefit citizens.
Oct 10, 2014Roads
“Driving road improvements in Sierra Leone” describes how the Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD), Integrity Action’s partner in Sierra Leone, was able to bring about an effective change in local government and reverse a decision to cancel a vital road renovation project.
Oct 10, 2014Extractives/ Natural Resources
“Bringing citizens and government together for the first time in Lainya County, South Sudan” details how Integrity Action’s partner, Society for Civic Development (SCD), is employing an approach which is unique to Lainya County to mobilise citizens and establish effective relationships between communities and government.
Sep 30, 2014Education

Ghulam Mohammad Maimanagi School badly needs a new building so that it can provide the appropriate environment for children from the surrounding neighborhoods to study in. Local people have even dipped into their own pockets, contributing 10% of the funding towards a new structure for the school in Mazer e Sharif, where some 2,700 students attend classes.

Sep 30, 2014Education
Local residents whose children attend the school in Mazer e Sharif, a city where until 2001 girls education was banned by the Taliban, have had to overcome substantial hurdles to secure their children’s right to be educated in the proper surroundings.
Sep 17, 2014Extractives/ Natural Resources

Championing Integrity in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Extractive Industries: An Experience from Katanga Province profiles the work of Integrity Action partner organisation Commission Diocésaine de Justice et Paix (CDJP.)

Aug 29, 2014Education
The Nepalese government is committed to achieving the goals of UNESCO’s Education for All initiative by making good quality education accessible to all students by 2015. To achieve this, government funded scholarships are available to students, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds who would not otherwise be able to go to school.
May 27, 2014Education, Roads, Youth

Improving the road network is essential for developing the Palestinian economy as well as raising standards in road safety. In 2007 the Palestinian Authority declared that half of the Palestinian road network was poor, very poor or beyond repair. Therefore, in recent years there has been a huge drive to develop the West Bank road network.