We have highlighted corruption and given voice to communities and made the government more responsive. Learn more about us.
Corruption takes many forms, but always involves the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. Take a closer look.
Report corruption and Join CENTAL and TI campaigns, get updates and donate to support the global fight against corruption.
Social media use allows CENTAL to get citizens into action. We use Twitter, Facebook and other tools for online activism.
The more citizens that participate in fighting corruption the better it is for Liberia. We scaling up citizens' participation
Information is power and an open government enhances citizens' participation. An open government is good for everyone.
We work for quality education through the Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE). Learn more.
Natural resources need to work for the improvement of citizens' lives. We seek good use of natural resource revenue.
The Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE) has joined other local and international civil society organizations in welcoming preliminary findings of the ongoing Randomized Control Trial (RCT), an independent evaluation of the Liberian Government’s Partnership Schools for Liberia Program. The research, which is being undertaken by the Center for Innovation and Poverty Action.
Transparency International, the global coalition against corruption, has submitted papers at the 18th Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty. Held from the 20th to 24th March at the World Bank Headquarters in Washington D.C., the conference brought together more than 1,250 participants from over 130 countries. Themed “Responsible Land Governance – Towards an Evidence-Based Approach”,.
African Chapters of Transparency International have met at a regional meeting in Maputo to discuss key issues related effectiveness and sustainability of the TI movement, especially Chapters in Africa. Representatives from Mozambique, Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda, Zambia, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, Tunisia and Mauritius attended the one-week conference, which took place from July 11 to 14,.