Our Impact

Through our advocacy work, citizens have embraced their right of access to information, and used the information to ask the important questions to the government. Same information has been used to monitor projects in sectors of health, water and sanitation, education among others. Stories of success in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria illustrate improved service delivery in these specific sectors

Our Impact

Through our advocacy work, citizens have embraced their right of access to information, and used the information to ask important questions to governments.

Same information has been used to monitor projects in sectors of health, water and sanitation, education among others. We have stories of success in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria that illustrate improved service delivery in these specific sectors.

Great Impact

Through our advocacy work, citizens have embraced their right of access to information, and used the information to ask the important questions to the government. Same information has been used to monitor projects in sectors of health, water and sanitation, education among others. Stories of success in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria illustrate improved service delivery in these specific sectors
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Who We Are

A pan-African, membership-based civil society network and resource center promoting the right of access to information, transparency and accountability across Africa.

Our Membership & Governance

First registered in 2007 in  Nigeria, & established a permanent office in Uganda in 2009. Our network comprises 51 CSOs & think tanks across 27 African countries. The General Assembly provides overall strategic direction and elects a Governing Council that manages the Secretariat.

Our Vision

An Africa where all citizens can exercise their right of access to information.

Our Mission

Support a pan-African network of actors to advance the right of access to information on the African continent

Impact

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