As part of its efforts to combat corruption and increase the accountability of service providers in Afghanistan, APPRO has launched an interactive online platform to collect and share Afghan citizens’ experiences on multiple forms of corruption among service providers.
This initiative allows citizens to:
– Report bribes they were forced to pay;
– Report honest practices and innovative initiatives successful in resisting corruption; and
– Rate government departments.
Citizens’ involvement is crucial to curb corruption. By reporting your experience of corruption and bringing to attention effective techniques to combat corruptive practices, you can contribute to hold service providers accountable and develop new ways of resisting corrupt demands.
All submissions are anonymous and the details of those who use the website to report cases of corruption will not be shared with any person or organization.
You can share your experiences in Dari here
, and in English here
. A Pashto version will soon be available.