- 3 Outputs
- 14 Activities
Support to Data Collection and Analysis
The Survey aimed to be a representative sample of the public perception on the state of corruption, public accountability and environmental governance in Ghana. ARAP supported the training of over 200 research assistants, so they could properly collate and analyse the surveyed data.
Analysis and Development of the Research Report View
External review of Data Collection Tool and Research Design View
Training of Research Assistants View
Validation of Research Findings with Key Stakeholders View
Development of Short Video Documentary of Research Process on Public Perceptions of Corruption View
Pre Testing of Survey Questionnaire View
Monitoring of Data Collection Process View
Data Collection View
Discussions after the Research
The Research findings are used to inform the design of civic education strategies and messages on its thematic areas: Anti-corruption, Rule of Law, Public Accountability and Environmental Governance. Dialogues now take place to engage, educate and empower the citizenry to participate in the governance process. Citizens are encouraged to contribute to reducing corruption, improving accountability and compliance with the rule of law, and enhancing environmental governance.
Launch of Research View
National Dialogue on Research Findings - Anti-Corruption Week View
Second National Dialogue on Research Findings: Public Accountability and Abuse of Office View
Third National Dialogue on Research Findings: Environmental Governance View
4th National Dialogue “Whistleblowing” View
ARAP supported the dissemination of the Research by printing over 700 copies. It is available for all NCCE offices, so staff can use it as the main tool in their campaigns.
Complementary Technical Support to NCCE Grant