TIB started implementing Participatory Action Against Corruption – Towards Transparency and Accountability (PACTA) project on 1 January 2022 with the support from Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). Building upon the integrity blocks that were formulated in the past to enable effective change, the new strategic phase focuses on active citizens’ participation in intervention areas.

PACTA encompasses the core objectives of (a) identifying local governance challenges and engaging citizens’ groups for effective change, (b) reforming laws, policies, processes, practices, and accountability mechanisms in targeted institutions through research and advocacy, and (c) creating a feedback loop for monitoring, evaluating and re-visiting governance challenges by drawing on evidence generated from the big data platforms. To achieve these goals, TIB will continue to (1) generate knowledge through research, (2) advocate and communicate with stakeholders to catalyse effective change, and (3) implement the shift towards big data-based interventions by applying a social monitoring tool, which can provide tangible and quantifiable information on the impacts of TIB’s anti-corruption initiatives.


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