IWA

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Afghanistan

Integrity Watch - a civil society organization committed to increasing transparency, accountability and integrity in Afghanistan - aims to put an end to corruption through community monitoring, research, and advocacy. Integrity Watch trains communities to monitor infrastructure projects, public services, courts, and Afghanistan’s extractives industries. Created in October 2005 and established as an independent civil society organization in 2006, Integrity Watch develops community monitoring tools, provides policy-oriented research, facilitates policy dialogue, and advocates for integrity, transparency, and accountability in Afghanistan. Integrity Watch has four program pillars - Community Based Monitoring, Public Service Monitoring, Extractive Industries Monitoring, and Community Trial Monitoring - and two cross-cutting units: Research Unit and Advocacy and Communication Unit.

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grants

2016

Integrity Clubs in Schools

donor Integrity Action
grant amount (USD) $45,500
grant peroid 2016-08 to 2017-07
0 % fix-rate 1
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The aim of the grant is to engage students in integrity building by forming Integrity Clubs. Teachers, students and community members will be equipped with the skills to develop preventive, participatory and accountable tools for the eradication of corruption and mismanagement within 90 schools spanning 3 provinces and subsequently in their own communities.

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2015

Community-Based-Monitoring of Infrastructure - 2015/16

donor Integrity Action
grant amount (USD) $81,740
grant peroid 2015-04 to 2016-03
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This grant aims at building on the success of IWA's previous projects to further empower and encourage communities to actively participate in the monitoring of infrastructures, thus increasing transparency and accountability. Similarly to past projects, each of the 30 participating community is asked to select two local monitors. The selected 60 monitors receive training on community monitoring and carry out regular visits to the selected projects. There, they meet with the implementing agency and check on the the projects progress and on the quality of materials used. If problems are discovered, local monitors discuss the issue with the contractor, with the support of an engineer. Unresolved issues are presented at the Monitoring Board, composed by government officials, Provincial Council members, donors, contractors, and community representatives.

Project Name Sector Budget Donor
Construction of Karta Canal Part 1 Education $54,560 WOSAF Germany
Mohammadi Sahibzada School Education $440,000 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Dahan-e Jawpalal Pond Agricultural water resources $55,603 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Abtowha Pond Agricultural water resources $10,862 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Deh Zardak Gerow Canal Agricultural water resources $41,763 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Girls Dormitory Education $830,000 Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Agriculture Cold Storage Agriculture $231,000 World Bank
Davodi Project 2 Agricultural water resources $144,189 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Dahane Iraq Project Agricultural water resources $170,087 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Khulankash Project Agricultural water resources $143,811 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Nowkhushi Project Agricultural water resources $28,255 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Lala Khil project Agricultural water resources $192,660 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Davodi Project 1 Agricultural water resources $147,084 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Qalat Bariky Project Agricultural water resources $130,000 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Soorkh Shighleng Project Agricultural water resources $60,832 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Langar Village Project Agricultural water resources $50,000 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Joye Shahr Project (1) Agricultural water resources $225,208 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Payemori Project Agricultural water resources $125,000 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Joye Shahr Project (2) Agricultural water resources $263,927 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Acha Qul Intake Project Agricultural water resources $29,255 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Emergency Drug Stock for EPI Health $100,322 World Health Organization
Emergency Drug Stock of WHO Health $180,897 World Health Organization
Meerak Baila Secondary School Building Education $440,000 Japan International Cooperation Agency , United Nations Office for Project Services
Engineering College (Hostel) Education $150,000 KFW Germany
Road Construction from Sarwatsan to Aziz Roads $87,000 International Organization for Migration
The Led Khoja Nizamuddin Historical Construction Building Culture and recreation $120,000 German Federal Government
Samar Khail Clinic Health $200,000 Japan International Cooperation Agency
Engineering College Training Hall Education $1,500,000 KfW Bankengruppe , KFW Germany
The Led Mir Rozadar Historical Construction Building Culture and recreation $70,678 German Federal Government
2014

Community Based Monitoring of Infrastructure - 2014/15

donor Integrity Action
grant amount (USD) $79,806
grant peroid 2014-02 to 2015-02
71 % fix-rate 1
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The purpose of this grant is to strengthen social accountability in the delivery of services in the fields of health, education, water and sanitation, roads, public gardens and markets in 6 provinces of Afghanistan. At least 25 communities have been mobilized through Community Development Councils to monitor 30 projects over the period of their construction, to report on problems and try to solve them by working alongside contractors and local authorities. Among the monitors trained, there are also 15 government and elected officials.

Project Name Sector Budget Donor
Asphalt Piroz Abad road (Sultan Agha) Roads N.A. Municipality
Jogra khill Water Supply Education $79,688 UNICEF
Hospital for Drugs Users Health $4,051,337 GPI/USAID
Saidan Arabi 3.1 km Road Roads $483,035 Government of Afghanistan Ministry of Rural Development , Japan Aid
Media Center Education $3,500,000 US Embassy
Wakil Abdul Wahab Road Roads N.A. Balkh Municipality
Mohammad Beg Sarahang Road Asphalt Roads N.A. Balkh Municipality
Baba Qamber Road Asphalt Roads N.A. Balkh Municipality
Karta Shafa Khana Road Asphalt Roads $409,500 Balkh Municipality
Bridge of Qovaya 4 Zerihdar Roads $200,000 Municipality of Herat
Farqa Road (part2)/Alawuddin Khan Roads $280,000 Hirat Municipality
Isteqlal Road Roads N.A. Hirat City Municipality
Imniyate Melli road Roads N.A. Hirat Municipality
Dawlat Khana Road Roads $195,000 Herat Municipality
Joe Injil Road Roads $228,000 Hirat Municipality
Khaja Ansar road Roads $190,000 Hirat Municipality
Mehri 22 road Roads N.A. Hirat Municipality
Tajrobawi high school building Education $308,434 WOSAF Germany
Teacher Training Institute Education N.A. KFW Germany
Shaheed Malang Jan School Education $57,581 Swedish Committee for Afghanistan
Law and Political Science Faculty Building Education $2,130,273 Government of Afghanistan Ministry if Higher Education
Mehri 31 Road Roads N.A. Hirat Municipality
Form-E- Hada Bridge Roads $40,000 Afghanistan Ministry of Public Works/Development Budget
Bazid Khail School Education $130,682 Government of Afghanistan Ministry of Education
Construction of a new Science Building at Tajrabawi Girls School Education N.A. Government of Afghanistan Ministry of Education
Re-Construction of Farqa Road part 1 Roads N.A. Hirat City Municipality
Construction of Gowhar Khaton Girls High School Education N.A. Afghan American Friendship Foundation
Construction of Agriculture Institute Building Education N.A. KfW Bankengruppe
Noqra Road Roads $1,200,000 Ministry of Public Works
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