Municipal Transparency Index

Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption (CERC) in collaboration with the Dynamic OpenGov Technologies SL (DYNTRA) have developed an online Municipalities Transparency Index that aims to measure in real time the transparency level of the 191 municipalities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in a dynamic, efficient, transparent, open and collaborative way.

To set up the Index in French and other local languages, CERC worked  with experts in the field of Political Science, Law, Transparency and Open Government. The Index has created looking at the national legal framework, the international open government standards and the citizen’s demands.

Take a look to the Kinshasa Transparency Index within Dyntra’s Platform evaluated by CERC. DMDRC –  Platfrom

What is Dyntra?

Dyntra is a collaborative platform that aims to measure the public information from governments, public authorities, political parties, elected representatives and the various stakeholders in a dynamicefficienttransparentopen and collaborative way.

Management and completion of these indices, is done by the technology platform during an open assessment of the level of compliance, with respect to the standards reflected in the index that ranks each type of public body.

What for?


The initiative aims to open the information to the public and civil society to the new challenges posed by the current information society, using in an efficient manner the new technologies and applied knowledge to the field of political science and the Open Government.


This administration can be managed from the organisationcitizens or organisations having an interest about complying the transparency level of entities and reflect at the same it’s levels of commitment.


Dyntra is a tool based on public data managed by a expert committed community in the implementation of participatory models, measurement and analysis of public bodies.

How to explore DRC Transparency Data ?

Click to the icon to entering into the platform :

Do you know that Analphabetism, Poverty and hunger are often the result of corruption?

The answer, we believe, lies with the children. “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). Through our Integrity Building programme , we seek to equip them with good values at a stage when their character is formed can help reduce the likelihood of children growing up to become corrupt.