Transparency and Accountability
IRC has a programme that supports improved transparency and accountability to reduce sector corruption through activities including advocacy, action research, dissemination of publications, events and training and advice.
IRC is also a founder member of the Water Integrity Network.
Presentation by Cor Dietvorst (IRC), prepared in collaboration with John Butterworth, for the Water Integrity Forum, Work stream 3: Rural Water, Sanitation & Hygiene on 5 June 2013
The IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre are supporting Cowater Consultores Lda. to develop an appropriate anti-corruption strategy and plan with the Direcção Nacional de Águas (DNA) in Mozambique.
IRC has signed up to the INGO accountability charter, an action intended to help strengthen the accountability of our organisation.
Summary information on IRC activities, information products and expertise in WASH sector transparency and accountability issues.
A selection of available publications on transparency, accountability and integrity in the water and sanitation sector from IRC and partner organisations.
IRC runs a regular 3-day training workshop (in the Netherlands) on preventing corruption in water, as well as being involved in other training activities and providing advisory support to partners and clients.
News items on corruption issues and measures to promote transparency, accountability and integrity in the water sector from IRC's newsletter Source Weekly.
Forthcoming events (and resources from past events) on transparency, accountability and integrity organised and involving IRC