TRANSPARENCY CHALLENGE; NEPAL
PROVEN INTERVENTION TO BE DISTRIBUTED
Online accountability tool that aims to fuel the national fight against corruption.
Learn more about the Transparency Challenge and how citizen reporting platforms can be used to hold government officials accountable and reduce corruption.
DISTRIBUTION MODEL INNOVATION
Pardafas will be the counry's biggest effort to-date to map out corruption in order to create and distribute easy-to-use and people friendly, data-driven narrative to wage anti-corruption campaigns. By going back through the archives of Nepal's top national daily newspapers, we will collect and code the data on federal-level corruption.
In three months, the team will produce a preliminary data on corruption levels in federal institutions and hope to use the data to reach out to at least 70,000 Nepalis. Within a year, they hope to mobilize at least 500,000 Nepalis to further enhance the data. Together with activists and anti-corruption organizations, Pardafas will use the data to unite people in fighting against rampant corruption at the federal level. The team will measure their success by the number of corruption cases filed in court from the campaign and the number of cases won in court.
PILOT AND SCALING GOALS
- Reach 70,000 people during the pilot
- Reach 500,000 people by the end of year 1
Subhash Ghimire - Founder, Director
Kritikal Lamsal - Head of Research and Public Mobilizer Team
Prem Lamichhane - Head of Technical Team
Angel Sharma - Head of Administrative Team
Alina Ghimire - Memnber of Research Team