Access to information is considered as the touchstone of empowerment. Those who are in possession of information are powerful, while those who do not have the information are powerless. People are often victims of corruption because of lack of information and knowledge about their rights and entitlements as well as the range of services, rates of payment where applicable, grievance mechanisms, etc. From this perspective TIB has introduced a mobile advice and information service titled AI-Desk, usually provided to the service recipients in the premises of the relevant institution. Another complementary process in this connection is the street theater and other cultural tools. The primary objective is to equip the service recipients with the information that helps to challenge the prospect that corruption can be taken as a way of life.