Proposals Governance & Transparency

Ukraine: Building Collaboration and Transparency

  February 26, 2013

“Ukraine has severe and worsening problems with economic inequality, which in turn are fueling corruption and poor governance.” (Economist Intelligence Unit) Technology training courses in Lugansk for NGOs and govt will increase transparency and trust as well as maximize the reach of current services. Video sharing will help individuals create a forum for sharing issues and developing collaborative solutions; connecting individuals with services

Ukraine: “Media and Society”

  February 26, 2013

The project is aimed at facilitating the creation of the Crimean socially oriented media content with focus on issues that affect the daily life of the Crimean population. The project will promote the thesis that ordinary people can be journalists for their communities. It will include a series of actions that will allow to attract local population to the collection, creation and dissemination of information of public interest.

D. R. of Congo: All in Minova Informed

  February 26, 2013

AMI is a capacity building initiative aiming to facilitate access to information for marginalized people and give them the opportunity to share information on their situation, challenges and perspectives. Beneficiaries will receive training in computing and access to an internet facility and guidance

Uganda: Created Spaces for Gender Budgeting

  February 25, 2013

Gender inequality and imbalance are serious human rights challenges that are exacerbated by lack of gender budgeting in Uganda. This project will seek to address gender budgeting needs through ICT in order to promote transparency, accountability and participation of women, men, boys and girls in decisions that affect their lives. Gender budgeting can lead to gender mainstreaming which is one of the important strategies for reducing inequality

Uganda: Promoting Peoples Voice in Social Accountability

  February 22, 2013

The Project intends to promote the Voice of non state actors of poor women and Children in Uganda to face their citizen to demand service delivery and report shoddy work to relevant Authorities. Over 2,000,000 people will be targeted using FM Radios, Mobile Phones, Balk sms,Twitter and U tube and IEC Materials. From Five districts, People will be mobilized to ask their leaders about service delivery and be able to share reports on the performance

Madagascar: Legal Advisory in Live Broadcast

  February 21, 2013

Project based on putting into operation of a channel for people to report corruption and abuses cases. A series of live broadcasting will take place in two regional cities. Each issue includes a short oral presentation on a specific topic. Then, the floor is given to listeners through phone calls. Before the series of broadcasting, training sessions will be held to familiarize the targeted population on the concept corruption and abuses

Kenya: We Community!

  February 20, 2013

Bringing together 200 youthful revolution starters,serial innovators,out of the box thinkers and doers who want to uproot the status quo and make Kenya a better place starting from the grassroots. The event will provide a platform for the community's youth to assemble and discuss issues that avert them from realizing the full potential of effective relations with the government on matters that aim to achieve sustainable development.

Poland: Watchdog Kartuzy

  February 19, 2013

Objective: social control of authorities Kartuzy Municipality. We want to achieve transparency in the activities of local authorities to ensure no corruption and effective public spending. Objectives will be fulfilled through access to public information and its publication in internet: official documents, our analysis and our recommendations to the authorities.

Nigeria: Using ICTs for Enhancement of Democracy in Niger Delta

  February 19, 2013

Raising awareness and building understanding of (i) the potential of ICTs, particularly in the context of the vast numbers of people who are now able to connect in some way through mobile phones in Nigeria; (ii) democratic principles and practice; and (iii) the potential of ICTs for advancing democracy in Nigeria. Our activities shall include Workshops/consultations on how strategic communications and the use of ICTs can enhance democracy.

Cameroon: Digitising Cameroon Laws

  February 10, 2013

DCL is an initiative to promote Cameroon laws and give citizens the possibility to criticize and make suggestions to improve them and as such, we will be addressing the needs of: Demystification and vulgarization of laws, Community involvement in developing and enforcing laws. Our web platform could be used to Monitor the popularity/unpopularity of laws, get alerts of the challenges faced in the implementing laws and legal e-consulting.