Kenya: Water without walking for miles
When water pumps broke, repair was often delayed and people had to walk miles for water. Uchi and Mwanakombo got this and other problems solved.
Nepal: Students with disabilities secure eye tests for all
Mithilesh is partially sighted and felt excluded at school. Now, as chair of the school’s Integrity Club, he’s made life better for his peers.
Our work: Citizens demanding integrity
We help citizens to monitor the delivery of vital projects and services where they live - and to solve the problems they find.
Citizen monitors "review" the quality of essential services, report problems publicly using our app, and work with those responsible to ensure problems are fixed.
Volunteer monitors from diverse backgrounds and in different countries are ensuring services and projects are delivered as promised.
Water supplies repaired, classrooms built properly, and communities with more trust in those who serve them and more confidence to complain.
US$1,026,838,379 worth of projects monitored since 2013
6,027 problems solved out of 9,238 problems identified
516 projects and services currently being monitored in 9 countries
Integrity Clubs in schools: a how-to guide
A how-to guide for civil society actors, students, teachers, parents, and schools on establishing successful Integrity Clubs in their schools
Learning paper: Tech! What is it good for? The role of technology in social accountability initiatives that focus on youth
This paper explores the most positive aspects of using technology in social accountability initiatives that focus on youth, while appreciating its challenges and potential drawbacks.