Citizen Action Platform (CAP)
Deploying technology to strengthen transparency and accountability is at the core of a program now being designed by PTF for pilot testing in East Africa
PTF is driven by the ambition to enhance individual human rights and civil rights and promote the rule of law in poor countries.
PTF is a funder and expert adviser to civil society organizations in support of their anti-corruption projects.
PTF is a learning organization – building and sharing knowledge to promote governmental transparency & accountability.
(Learn more about the Citizen Action Program – CAP) CARTA – The Citizen Action for Results, Transparency and Accountability Program PTF is creating new pathways for civil society engagement to improve accountability and transparency. Starting in 2011, using a $1.9 million grant from the Japanese Social Development Fund, PTF initiated the CARTA Program in Nepal [...]
May 10, 2013 — The Partnership for Transparency Fund is being support by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in a one-year project in the Philippines to improve the capacities of stakeholders – local governments and civil society organizations (CSOs) in particular – for effective and constructive engagement with particular focus on budget formulation, execution and [...]
Pierre Landell- Mills will be talking about his new book on 14 May 2013 10:30 – 12:00 London time at the Overseas Development Institute. Conference: Tackling Corruption – Can Citizens Make a Difference? ODI notes that this event contributes to ODI’s growing body of work on the politics of public goods and service delivery and democracies [...]
Key Findings: Author Roger Sullivan – Workshops involving donors and CSO project implementers can yield solid outcomes when there is a common purpose and sharp focus. A PTF – ACT workshop in Kenya concluded with a bold “Vision of the Future” that encapsulates decisions on how to strengthen work by listing what CSOs and what governments [...]
Key Findings: Authors Michael Lippe and Eluned Schweitzer. Considerations of three PTF-supported projects in Serbia, all of which impacted sensitive political and judicial developments, highlighted the crucial need for sponsors (donors – in this case PTF) to pursue sound and substantial planning to provide an enhanced assurance of positive outcomes and a greater ability to [...]
Key Findings: PTF’s chief technical advisor, Dr. Vinay Bhargava, highlights the importance in every project of clear results’ indicators that can be measured to determine that initiatives are indeed raising the quality of services for citizens. He examines and details the specific types of indicators that can show increased effectiveness of service delivery; and, in [...]