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TI-Rw held a workshop on promoting volunteerism in Rwanda On the 22nd September 2016, Transparency International Rwanda held a conference at Grand Legacy Hotel to discuss on how best the voluntarism work can be enhanced and sustained in the Rwandan community. The conference brought together partner organizations from civil society, private sector, government and development partners which are working with volunteers. Details
TI-Rwanda launched a new project on legal aid On this 10th March 2016, TI Rwanda in partnership with ARDHO launched a new project entitled “Promotion of equitable justice in Rwanda through improved legal aid and awareness services to detainees and prisoners. This project which will be implemented thanks to the financial support from the European Union will cover 4 districts namely Musanze, Nyagatare, Nyamagabe and Rubavu. Details
Corruption Perceptions Index 2015: Rwanda improves the score by 5 and comes among the 5 least corrupt countries in Africa 2015 Corruption Perception Index findings show that Rwanda scored 54 and was ranked 44th worldwide, 4th in Africa and 1st in the East African Community. More details
TI-Rw launched findings from the analysis of causes of weaknesses identified in Districts PFM by the Auditor General's Report On 10th December 2015, TI-Rw launched findings from the analysis made on the expenditure related and non-expenditure weaknesses in PFM and their causes as highlighted by the AG in his report of the financial year ending June 2014 for all 30 districts and the City of Kigali. More details
Rwandans stay optimistic about low levels of corruption in Rwanda - Rwanda Bribery Index 2015 Transparency International Rwanda launched the Rwanda Bribery Index 2015. This survey aims at establishing experiences and perceptions of this specific form of corruption in Rwanda. This edition is already the sixth of its kind and supersedes the 2014 RBI edition. In general, Rwandans stay optimistic about low levels of corruption in Rwanda. 51% of respondents perceive corruption as low. The positive trend is underscored in the category of perceived high corruption. More details

Mission

"Contribute to the
fight against corruption
and to promote good
governance through
enhancing integrity in the
Rwandan society."

Vision

"Zero tolerance
to corruption
in the Rwandan
society."


Core Values

"Transparency, Integrity,
Participation, Diversity,
Equal opportunity, Justice,
Democracy, Accountability,
Professionalism,
Excellency."

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TI Rwanda General Assembly lauded 2015 achievements
On 26th June 2016, TI-Rw held its Ordinary Annual General Assembly at Beausejour Hotel to present to its members how the past year’s activities had been implemented and how the budgets were managed. The current year plan of action and budget was presented and there were also opportunities for the members to interact and give their contributions.
 

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Corruption Perceptions Index 2015: Rwanda improves the score by 5 and comes among the 5 least corrupt countries in Africa
2015 Corruption Perception Index findings show that Rwanda scored 54 and was ranked 44th worldwide, 4th in Africa and 1st in the East African Community.
 

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TI-Rw launched findings from the analysis of causes of weaknesses identified in Districts PFM by the Auditor General's Report
On 10th December 2015, TI-Rw launched findings from the analysis made on the expenditure related and non-expenditure weaknesses in PFM and their causes as highlighted by the AG in his report of the financial year ending June 2014 for all 30 districts and the City of Kigali.
 

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Rwandans stay optimistic about low levels of corruption in Rwanda - Rwanda Bribery Index 2015
Transparency International Rwanda launched the Rwanda Bribery Index 2015. This survey aims at establishing experiences and perceptions of this specific form of corruption in Rwanda. In general, Rwandans stay optimistic about low levels of corruption in Rwanda. 51% of respondents perceive corruption as low.
 

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TI-Rw assessing service delivery in the local government through beneficiaries’ reactions in Districts
2 years ago, Transparency International Rwanda launched a project to monitor service delivery through suggestion boxes, a complaint mechanism allowing citizens to anonymously express their opinion on the performance of their local leaders and submit their feedback regarding the quality of service provided.
 

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Transparency International Rwanda launched findings from a survey on corruption in media
This survey aimed at assessing the perception of corruption in media, looking into the level, forms, causes and effects of corruption in Rwandan media, as well as Identify existing mechanisms to curb corruption in media in Rwanda and their effectiveness to formulate operational recommendations to curb corruption in the sector.
 

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Professionalism in the Rwandan courts: A TI-Rw second analysis confirmed positive trends
In 2013, Transparency International Rwanda started a project to monitor the professionalism and accountability of courts. The aim was to contribute to strengthening the rule of law in Rwanda by achieving a more professional, effective and accountable justice system..
 

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TI-Rw shared legal aid experience with partners
Transparency International Rwanda launched a corruption reporting ICT tool , IFATE. Kigali, 30th June 2015. Transparency International Rwanda (TI-Rw) held a dialogue with partners from the government, civil society as well as the International Development organization to discuss about legal aid basing on TI-Rw experience from legal aid centers.
 

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The Senate and Government leaders tackled unusual forms of corruption
During a consultative meeting on unusual forms of corruption organized and hosted by the Senate of Rwanda on this 17th June 2015 through Standing Committee on Political Affairs and Good Governance, different government officials, members of civil society and the private sector federation exchanged views and experiences on the status of corruption in Rwanda and ways to improve the fight against the vice.
 

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Best performing schools in school resources management receive awards
Community participation in the management of school resources is key to ensure quality of education in 12YBE schools. This was raised again during the award giving ceremony of best performing schools under the project “Improving the quality of primary and lower secondary education in Rwanda through community engagement in the management of School resources”. The ceremony took place at Chez Lando Hotel, Kigali, on 31st March 2015.
 

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Reporting Gender based corruption can deter its persistence in the Rwandan society
In whichever form and however small corruption may manifest itself, it should be reported by victims or witnesses and addressed immediately before it takes uncontrollable proportions. This is the case with gender based corruption (GBC).
 

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