Integrity and Anti-Corruption
Africa Integrity Indicators
The Africa Integrity Indicators (AII) is a research project initiated by Global Integrity in 2012, in collaboration with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. AII focuses on African governance in practice, examining how policies are implemented to support governments, citizens, and civil society and assessing key social, economic, political, and anti-corruption mechanisms at the national level across all 54 African countries. After 10 rounds of AII, GI is ready to transition the project to the Kenya-based African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP), who will take over data collection starting in 2022.
The AIII produces assessments on universal standards of governance in all 54 countries in the African continent. The data collection aims to fill the data gap across a variety of governance issues, to identify areas where service delivery is not being met, and shortcomings on integrity and anti-corruption basic standards. The data provides a general snapshot on anti-corruption, integrity and service delivery, which are two of our main thematic pillars.
Our approach through this project is a combination of research and strategy. Our research component will require us to complete the 10th round of Africa Integrity Indicators.
On the strategy front, we will help our front-line transition partner AFIDEP to think-through how to engage with governance reformers and take the research further and look into data use.
For round 11th we will closely work with them advising and providing guidance to ensure they have all the systems in place to conduct the data collection on their own and that the data is produced to the same level of quality.
Africa (All 54 countries)