At the national level, the TIB conducts research and advocacy for institutional and policy changes. At the local level, TIB mainly works with formation of Concerned Citizens Committees (CCC) at various levels. These committees engage in awareness raising and social mobilisation. TIB engages youth through YES (Youth Engagement and Support) campaigning activities. Advice and Information Desks are set up at hospitals, schools and local government institutions. Partnership and collaboration arrangements are expanded with organizations in similar sectors or in allied fields.
CCC’s advocate for ‘Islands of Integrity’ in targeted local education, health and government institutions where corruption directly affects poor people to get basic services. CCCs negotiate with local authorities (district/sub-district officers, city mayors, rural government bodies) to sign ‘Integrity Pacts’ in order to institutionalise changes introduced and demonstrate their public commitment towards accountability, transparency and integrity. The project offers training, coaching and technical advice to the CCCs, YES and other organisations involved in the anti-corruption movement.