I work within the Social Governance Cluster of the World Bank Institute, developing a global network of youth organizations, activists, ICT specialists, journalists, and musicians who fight against corruption. This Network brings them together to share their experiences, knowledge, and ideas on how best to fight against corruption. GYAC provides its members a collaborative platform to develop innovative tools and approaches to raise awareness against corruption and grow its members' impact on governance reforms in their communities, as well as on the national, regional, and global stages.
My work also brings me to collaborate with the Open Governance Cluster at WBI, where I help bridge between my Network and the work being done by the ICT4Gov team in OG, to design and implemeent ICT strategies to improve participatory governance.
Areas of Interest
procurement, social accountability, governance and anti-corruption, collective action, coalition building, advocacy for reform, capacity development