August 2018 Pay No Bribe Progress Assessment Report

The primary purpose of the Progress Assessment was to assess whether the public has experienced a change in the behaviour of public officials with respect to petty corruption; whether citizens are now more likely to resist corruption; and whether the public thinks that the ACC is now more likely to act against corruption compared to one year ago.

The progress assessment presents a snap shot allowing the Pay No Bribe campaign to assess progress in these key perception areas and re-strategize if required.

This is the 2nd of 3 Progress Assessments planned during 2018. In addition to perception of behaviour change, this second survey also considers level of outreach carried out by the PNB as a variable, and includes sections on Reporting Methods and Knowledge of Fees and Services, including the source of the information.

You can read the full report by clicking on the link below:

August Progress Assessment Report_ Citizen Behaviour Change

Please note that The Pay No Bribe Progress Assessments were not carried out by an independent third party, but by implementing partner and does not claim scientific rigor.

May 2018 Pay No Bribe Progress Assessment Report

The primary purpose of the Progress Assessment was to assess whether the public has experienced a change in the behaviour of public officials with respect to petty corruption; whether citizens are now more likely to resist corruption; and whether the public thinks that the ACC is now more likely to act against corruption compared to one year ago.

The progress assessment presents a snap shot allowing the Pay No Bribe campaign to assess progress in these key perception areas and re-strategize if required. 3 Progress Assessments are planned during 2018.

You can read the full report by clicking on the link below:

1st Progress Assessment Report_Behaviour Change

Please note that The Pay No Bribe Progress Assessment was not carried out by an independent third party, but by implementing partner and does not claim scientific rigor.

Second PNB Learning and Sharing Meeting Report – Makeni December 2017

The second Pay No Bribe (PNB) partners’ Learning and Sharing meeting was held in Makeni on the 12th and 13th December 2017. The purpose of the meeting was to assess the progress of the PNB since the August 2017 Learning and Sharing meeting in Kenema, and to identify next steps.

Please read full report by clicking on the link below:

PNB Learning and Sharing Meeting – Makeni 2017