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In Kenya, citizens ensure 30 percent of public procurement opportunities are set aside for youth, women, people with disabilities, and other underrepresented groups.
Civil society organizations in South Africa partnered with the government to create a public service accountability monitor.
Local officials in rural Kenya establish a WhatsApp-based channel to directly communicate with citizens.
In a country where secrecy is ubiquitous, new legislation puts business ownership details in the public eye.
From private toilets to community policing, the twin cities of Sekondi-Takoradi benefit from an ambitious citizen engagement program.
Through the “Eyes and Ears” project, citizens help monitor government projects.
Citizens fight to better understand their land rights and protect their community land.
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