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We have highlighting corruption and given voice to communities and made the government more responsive. Learn more about us.

About Corruption

Corruption takes many forms, but always involves the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. Take a closer look.

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Report corruption and Join CENTAL and TI campaigns, get updates and donate to support the global fight against corruption.

Social Media

Social media use allows CENTAL to get citizens into action. We use Twitter, Facebook and other tools for online activism.

More Participation

The more citizens that participate in fighting corruption the better it is for Liberia. We scaling up citizens' participation

Open Government

Information is power and an open government enhances citizens' participation. An open government is good for everyone.

Better Education

We work for quality education through the Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE). Learn more.

Natural Resources

Natural resources need to work for the improvement of citizens' lives. We seek good use of natural resource revenue.

Recent News

Why I Oppose the Proposed Private Public Partnership in Education in Liberia

By. Anderson Miamen as culled from Facebook post. As correctly said, which I totally agree with, garbage in, garbage out. Inputs determine Outputs. And to whom much is given, much is expected! Among other things, you cannot grossly underfund public education; renege on your responsibility by leaving the system unmonitored; refuse to decentralize decision making


Apr 06, 2016   No Comments

Open Budget Survey 2012: Liberia Ranks 43

The International Budget Partnership has released the Open Budget Survey 2012. Widely considered the only independent, comparative, and regular measure of budget transparency and accountability around the world, the survey is produced every two years by experts outside government. The 2012 Survey reveals that the national budgets of 77 of the 100 countries assessed –


Mar 03, 2016   No Comments

Healthcare cannot be a privilege

About two years ago a stomach ulcer attacked me. I vomited blood profusely and many who witnessed my ordeal felt it was my end. Many of my friends were shocked and some even suggested that I seek medical assistance in Ghana or a western country. Interestingly, I had faith in the Liberian healthcare system and


Mar 03, 2016   No Comments