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Learning paper

Learning paper: Does citizen monitoring improve infrastructure quality?

This paper analyses data collected from 283 public infrastructure projects in Kwale County, Kenya. Many of these county projects were monitored by citizens participating in Integrity Action and KYGC's VOICE initiative, while others had been implemented without monitoring. Statistical analysis shows that those that had been monitored tend to be in better condition; as well as reading the full paper, you can learn more about these findings through the links below.


Full learning paper

The proof is in the product? A blog summarising findings and comparing to another recent study in Ghana

Test your knowledge! An interactive quiz to explore some of the research’s findings

Watch the research discussed at the 2023 Open Government Partnership summit