WARDC Holds its Quarterly Review Meeting on Institutionalizing Anticorruption and Accountability
The Women Advocates Research Documentation Centre (WARDC), held its quarterly review meeting on institutionalizing anticorruption and accountability on the 13th of June, 2019. The meeting which took place in Oshogbo, Osun State, was in tandem with the organization’s implementation of the Gender and Accountability Project, which is an intervention necessitated by the absence of female voices in the demand for accountability, and the fight against corruption.
The project is being implemented in partnership with the Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), with support from MacArthur Foundation.
The meeting was organised with the aim of assessing the effectiveness of programmatic efforts in the state. It also provided an opportunity for both the organization and project stakeholders present at the meeting, which included state anti-corruption agencies such as the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) and the Public Complaint Commission (PCC)to analyse project strategies, make programmatic improvements and strengthen their capacities where necessary.
At the end of the review meeting, the organization was able to assess its project implementation performance, strengthen partnership with the anti-corruption agencies, increase awareness of the anti-corruption fight, build capacity, and adopt more effective methods and strategies for the continuous implementation of the Gender and Accountability Project in the state.