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Platform established to report and track corruption cases in Afghanistan

The Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA) has launched Efshagar to allow citizens in Afghanistan to report and track corruption cases anonymously. Citizens can report on the type, location, department or office and value of actual corrupt acts on the Efshagar website

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The role of the media in exposing and curbing corruption in Afghanistan

At today’s Media Meeting, Afghan-German Cooperation and Mediothek in Kabul brought together experts from government, civil society, the media and international bodies to discuss what the media has achieved so far in Afghanistan and the challenges the press face in

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Integrity Watch Afghanistan discovers illegal extraction of gold

Integrity Watch Afghanistan survey findings of the Qara Zaghan Gold Mine show that The Afghan Krystal Natural Resources Company (AKNRC) breached their contract by extracting gold for profit while possessing only an exploration licence. Illegal Extraction was taking place at

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Government denies illegal extraction of chromite by Afghan Local Police

Afghan Ministry of Interior has denied reports by the Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA), a corruption watchdog, on illegal extraction of chromite carried out by the Afghan Local Police (ALP) in eastern Kunar province. According to a statement from the Ministry,

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Road Reconstruction in Post-Conflict Afghanistan: A Cure or a Curse?

After the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, the United States and the international community announced their full support for rebuilding Afghanistan’s infrastructure and bringing a sustained peace to the war-torn country. Since then, Afghanistan has become a major

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No political will to stem corruption- IWA

The Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA) has launched a public campaign for the eradication of corruption. “During the past three years, our organization’s anti-corruption campaign launched in seven provinces and the people have been able to closely monitor about three hundred

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