It good meeting you are... i wish to inform you that an organisation call Action for Social Rights in Sierra Leone has a membership of WIN and has organised series of activities in water corruption.
I joined WIN in October 2011, and since March 2012 I am the Programme Coordinator for Network Alliances and Latin America Programmes.
The Water Integrity Network (WIN) was formed in 2006 to respond to increasing concerns among water and anti-corruption stakeholders over corruption in the water sector. It combines global advocacy, regional networks and local action, to promote increased transparency and integrity, bringing together partners and members from the public and private sectors, civil society and academia, to drive change that will improve the lives of people who need it most.
WIN’s vision is a world with equitable and sustained access to water and a clean environment, which is no longer threatened by corruption, greed, dishonesty and wilful malpractice.
In this vision a growing proportion of politicians, decision-makers, operators and water-users will feel compelled to engage in promoting water integrity, and work to preserve water and a clean environment as a common good. Efforts to overcome corruption and its negative impacts will result in a profound change in behaviour towards water. Poverty will be significantly reduced through improved water governance rooted in high levels of transparency, integrity, accountability and participation.
WIN’s mission is to increase integrity levels and reduce corruption in the water sector through a pro-poor and pro-equity focus. It works with partners and influences decision-makers to facilitate active multi-stakeholder coalitions and to build capacities for the use of tools and strategies for water integrity at all levels.