Four Lessons from the World Bank Anticorruption for Development (AC4D) Global Forum: Restoring Trust
BudgIT Liberia joins other partners to launch the Grand Cape Mount County GEP Small Grants Programme, which is financed by the United Nations Development Program
Our work revolves around four key pillars -providing simplified access to budgets and related public finance data, project monitoring for efficient service delivery, promoting accountability and fiscal inclusion in the extractive industries and also support to willing government, media and civil society institutions.
We empower citizens with budgets and public finance data, allowing them to take action within their communities
We are building a community of urban and rural citizens who use civic tech to track public projects and demand efficient service delivery.
We work to enlighten citizens on issues of extractive resources with focus on accountability and fiscal inclusion
We support willing institutions, media, civil society, and govt – to advance transparency and civic engagement.
In a data-driven approach, BudgIT tracks the impact of its work. We ensure that we communicate how we engage citizens, hold the government accountable, support public institutions to our stakeholders.
Supported Govt institutions
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