Uvira 13, June 2017– CERC is delighted to publish is first Corruption Perception Survey.
This report is a compilation of the results of our first households corruption perception survey conducted in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo by the Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption. In total 980 people has been interviewed. Results will be used to help government, civil society and the private sector to formulate and implement policies and programs to strengthening integrity and good governance in DRC and thereby reduce corrupt practices.
Download it here : Rapport Annuel 2017
In November 2017, CERC have conducted a baseline survey to a representative sample of students on behalf of the Integrity Action-funded Community Integrity Project in DR Congo. Between October 26 and November 20, 2017, a questionnaire, including 18 open questions, was developed and administered to 270 students including 122 girls and 148 boys in the 20 selected schools.
The information collected during the survey examined student engagement, knowledge and attitudes on social accountability, civic education, democracy, gender equality and corruption.