AIS is currently implementing the project: Open Data, Access, and Transparency over sectors exposed to Risk of Corruption. The project is financially supported by SIDA – Sweden International Development Cooperation Agency.
Implementation period: March 2021 – February 2024
There are two main components of this project: Increased Transparency on taxpayers’ money (public money) under the slogan “Where Does my Money Go” and Youth Empowerment against Corruption – Citizen Education, Improving Fact-Checking Models.
The purpose of this project, entitled Open Data, Access, and Transparency over sectors exposed to Risk of Corruption, is to:
promote transparency and inform the public, through Open Data (disclosure of data concerning public spending, procurement, contracting, officials’ declaration of assets, as well as information regarding the healthcare sector, State-Owned Companies, and other sectors with high-risk of corruption);
develop monitoring and risk assessment instruments in anti-corruption;
empower youth and increase journalists’ and young activists’ capacities
The beneficiaries of this project shall be watchdog media or journalists; activists; young professionals directly engaged in accountability and good governance; taxpayers, voters, and citizens profiting off services from the public sector, etc. Overall, the beneficiary line-up includes stakeholders from both, the demand and supply sides of transparency, good governance, and anti-corruption.