Learning Report | CTAP Phase 1: Advancing COVID-19 Accountability and Citizen Mobilization in Africa

A movement across 7 African nations is mobilizing citizens to demand accountable government action that effectively addressed the ongoing COVID-19 challenges. How? Through a growing coalition called the COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP), run by Global Integrity and two partner organizations in Nigeria: BudgIT and Connected Development (CODE).  Watch an insightful interview with 3…

CTAP Event at Open Gov Week 2022: Health-focused OGP Commitments Matter

Author: Izabela Chmielewska   OVERVIEW During Open Gov Week in May 2022, Global Integrity and our COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) partners in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, and Cameroon gathered for a conversation about advancing primary health in Africa through the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and its multi-stakeholder processes.  The event gave firsthand insights from…

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‘Usain Bolt’ meters: Reform successes in the electricity sector can be quick, but only the failures get reported

by Mark Pyman & Festus Boamah A new analysis of corruption and corruption reform in the electricity sectors of Ghana and Kenya suggests a new interpretation of how and why successes against corruption seem so elusive. This analysis makes sense of the apparent paradox that development projects can have positive outcomes whilst being beset with…