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Let’s Get Creative: Localized Data Collection for Stronger Project Outcomes

Gabriel Falk
December 23, 2019
4 Minute Read
How can the development community become more creative with data collection to navigate complex operating environments and gather accurate, high-quality, consistent data?
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How Can We Reduce Corruption if Integrity is a Personal Choice?

Victoria Cooper
April 12, 2018
4 Minute Read
In a country like Liberia, where internal conflict has sometimes reinforced survival skills at the expense of ethics, Chief of Party Victoria Cooper-Enchia provides recommendations to rebuild a culture of integrity.

Where’s the Money? A New Technology Solution Will Track Constituency Project Funds in Nigeria

Jennifer Onyejekwe
January 2, 2018
3 Minute Read
Corruption is a serious issue in Nigeria but it can be difficult for citizens to hold the government accountable. Now, a new app may help citizens stop agonizing and start organizing.

Transforming Public Finance — A Proven and Scalable Information Systems Solution in Haiti

Frenki Kozeli | Richard Wolfe
May 18, 2017
4 Minute Read
Similar to blockchain, Unified Exchange Platform (UXP) can encourage transparent and efficient government. Haiti is embarking on a new frontier in secure systems as the first country in the Western Hemisphere to deploy it.

Four Lessons for Sri Lanka from Bangladesh’s Right to Information Experience

Susan Kemp
December 7, 2016
4 Minute Read
Over 100 countries have adopted right to information laws, creating an opportunity for countries that are newly implementing this legislation to learn from the experiences of others.
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Making Political Will Less of a Mystery

Sarah Schimmel
October 6, 2015
3 Minute Read
Sarah Schimmel explains how to address corruption when political will is lacking.