Mapping transparency, accountability and integrity in primary education in South Africa

Transparency International
Transparency International
Editor: Berlin, TI, 2011
Paginación: 52 p.

Transparency and Integrity in Service Delivery in Africa (TISDA) is a three-year, seven-country program implemented by Transparency International that started in 2008 and will conclude in 2011. It seeks to support civil society in seven African countries in working with citizens to demand greater transparency, integrity, and accountability in the management of resources for basic services in primary education (Cameroon and South Africa); the health sector (Uganda and Zambia); and the water sector (Kenya, Ghana and Senegal). This report presents the findings from extensive research and surveys on governance and corruption in the primary education sector in South Africa.

Enseñanza primaria
Rendición de cuentas, Sociedad civil, Herramientas de diagnóstico / Encuestas, Desarrollo económico y social, Gobernabilidad, Salud, Integridad, Sector público, Investigación, Transparencia
República de Sudáfrica, Camerún, Uganda, Zambia, Kenia, Ghana, Senegal