Social accountability methodology is applied in an anti-corruption youth project in Kenya
In an effort to create awareness and educate youth on corruption and related challenges, the Basel Institute is collaborating with the International Center for Policy and Conflict (Kenya) and the Institute for Social Accountability (Kenya), PAWA 254 (Kenya) and Integrity Watch (Tanzania) to develop an anti-corruption programme targeting young people in Kibera, Kenya.
The project will benefit from the application of the Basel Institute developed social accountability assessment methodology and the integration of themed music events and the organization of "governance clubs".
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