The Anti-Corruption Research Center is determined to increase the positive impact of civil society organisations in development, from the grassroots to policy-making.
On May 13, 2017, a total of 40 persons from 23 grassroots organisations in Uvira were trained in anti-corruption strategies and provided with social accountability approach and tools such as the Community Integrity Building, DevelopmentCheck Online platform and Health and Education Assessment tools. The participants were encouraged to adapt the tools to fit their settings and situations as all them indicated that they didn’t have anything to use regarding the collection of beneficiary findings.
We hope to see this work scaling up beyond civil society on the introduction of Community Integrity Building in communities.
Byalukiza Kanana, Programme Manager