PTF strives to support innovative approaches, learn from its work and share the knowledge gained from the more than 260 projects we’ve supported to enhance governance, counter corruption and innovate to improve service delivery. The experiences that have been gained, the lessons learned and the knowledge developed, are encapsulated in the knowledge resources described below.
PTF has worked with civil society organizations to support more than 250 projects to enhance governance, counter corruption and innovate to improve service delivery. The experiences that have been gained, the lessons learned and the knowledge developed, are prominent in the books and special reports that PTF publishes.
The PTF Case Study Series showcases how civil society organizations (CSOs) have taken action to tackle corruption and counter failures in public service delivery around the world. Each shares interesting experiences in the field of social accountability work – interventions that have produced definite impacts for citizens and the communities they live in.
The PTF Working Paper Series connects Citizens and Civil Society Organizations around the world with knowledge, experience and How-to advice on Anti-Corruption interventions, tools and methodology. Each paper is written by experienced and recognized experts in their field. The explicit focus is to bridge theory and practice, providing a set of possible solutions or entry points to an array of challenges frequently faced by CSOs.
Learning from the PTF-supported projects implemented by civil society organizations (CSOs) across the developing world is central to our mission. The insights of PTF Advisers gained through working with local CSOs are encapsulated in PTF’s Lessons Learned series.