8 Matching Projects

Textbook Count

Organization(s):
Government Watch (G-Watch)
Country:
Philippines
Sector(s):
Education

Textbook Count was a collaborative initiative of G-watch and the Philippine´s Department of Education to tackle corruption in textbook procurement by mobilizing citizens to monitor bidding, production, delivery, and distribution of textbooks to all the schools in the country.

Enhancing Accountability and Performance of Social Service Contracts in Uganda

Organization(s):
Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC)
Country:
Uganda
Sector(s):
Agriculture, Health, Education

AFIC is working with government agencies to improve and support the use of tools for monitoring public procurement in health and education, and creating coalitions among key stakeholders to monitor a particular agriculture program.

Promoting Social Accountability in Education

Organization(s):
Oxfam GB, Oxfam Novib
Country:
Vietnam
Sector(s):
Education

The project aimed to improve the quality of basic education by empowering children, especially girls and ethnic minorities, to become agents of change in their schools. It also trained teachers and school managers on school governance practices, and engaged other relevant local actors in order to foster participation.

Tracking Sin Tax Revenues for Universal Health Coverage

Organization(s):
Action for Economic Reform (AER)
Country:
Philippines
Sector(s):
Health

AER worked closely with government officials to study the allocation of excise taxes on tobacco and alcohol to universal healthcare coverage.

Voice of Children and Community for Rights to Health (SAHABAT)

Organization(s):
Wahana Visi Indonesia
Country:
Indonesia
Sector(s):
Health, Education, Food and Nutrition

Wahana Visi used a comprehensive set of social accountability approaches to push for citizen engagement and policy change to improve maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition.

Strengthening Integrity Pacts in Targeted Regions

Organization(s):
Transparency International Indonesia (TII)
Country:
Indonesia
Sector(s):
No sector focus

TII worked with local partners and communities to establish “integrity pacts” between local mayors, business leaders, and civil society representatives to reduce corruption in public procurement, and enhance local participation and independent monitoring.