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2008-2009 PAP* KNOWLEDGE BUILDING COMPONENT LAUNCHING THE CALL FOR APPLICATION IN PAP KNOWLEDGE BUILDING COMPONENT Date December 1, 2008 - February 15, 2009 Objective Launch the Call and on-line system for Applications on FPDL website Target clients  Regional Program network of training organizations, LGI network of trainers and consultants, NISPAcee network of Public Administration schools and universities, Partners for Democratic Change network of organizations, World Bank Institute network of training organizations Description  Elaborate PAP description and Call for Applications  Build the on-line application system on FPDL website  Display Call for Applications and make functional the on-line system  Disseminate to target clients through e-mail, LGI website and other channels of communication, the opportunity to apply

SELECTION OF TEAMS/COUNTRIES TO ATTEND THE KNOWLEDGE BUILDING COMPONENT Date February 15-25, 2009 Objectives  Select participants in PAP Knowledge Building component  Announce selection results to all applicants and check once again those selected commitment of time and effort, by sending the detailed design including the required tasks/Papers elaboration and their deadlines Target clients  The applicants: 43 teams of 2 persons/team from 21 countries  The selected participants: 31 teams from 20 countries See Progress Report # 2: List of Selected participants in Knowledge Building Component Description 31 teams of 2 participants each, 62 persons, 41 women and 21 men, representing the following types of organizations/countries have been selected:


Anticorruption Public Agencies Universities LG Associations TI Chapters Training and Consulting 0

1

2

3

4

5

6

PRIVATE Types of organizations/ Countries Albania Armenia Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Georgia Hungary Kyrgyzstan Macedonia Montenegro Poland Romania

Training and Consulting 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

TI Chapters

7

8

PUBLIC

LG Associations

9

10

11

12

13

14

NGOs Universities

Anticorruption Public Agencies

1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 2

1 1

1 Russian Federation Serbia Tajikistan Turkey Uganda Yemen

1

2

1 1 1 1

1

5

2

1

Total #

17

4

3


DESIGN OF THE KNOWLEDGE BUILDING COMPONENT Date January 15-February 20, 2009 Objectives The Knowledge Building Component, based on self study and on-line distance learning including readings and Papers writing, aims at deepen practitioners understanding and improve their knowledge in the field of curing and preventing corruption in Local Governments organizations. Target clients The 31 teams – 62 practitioners selected to attend the Knowledge Building component Description In order to design this component we have:  Searched the website for identifying and checking the relevant readings and where we can purchase them  Developed the design and finalized it during our planning meeting organized in Washington with Ronald MacLean Abaroa, in the period February 9-15, 2009  Finalized the schedule of the modules  Elaborated a letter for selected participants explaining the design, the criteria for Papers evaluation and for the next component selection The Knowledge Building Component was organized in 4 learning modules: Module 1: Understanding Corruption in Organizations Module 2: Understanding Organizations Module 3: Understanding Local Governments Organizations Module 4: Understanding Change Management in Organizations After studying the readings provided for each module, participants, working in their teams, elaborated Papers, in which they applied the theoretical concepts to specific situation, proving their level of knowledge and understanding. The Papers were evaluated by Tutors (Ronald MacLean Abaroa, Ana Vasilache and Nicole Rata), who assessed the:  Level of knowledge  Level of understanding concepts when applying them to analyze specific situations  Level of logic in the flow of ideas  Level of clarity and concision in expressing ideas


Each paper received maximum 100 points, divided among the 4 criteria (max 25 points/criteria). The best teams were selected to be supported financially to attend the Skills Building component, organized June 22-July 2, 2009 in Istanbul; the selection took into account:  Respecting the deadlines for Papers submission  The number of total points gained by the team  Their organization capacity to support the anticorruption approach dissemination and application in-country MODULE 1 – UNDERSTANDING CORRUPTION IN ORGANIZATIONS (March 2-15, 2009) Readings  Multimedia Interactive Learning Course – MILC (2009)  Corrupt Cities, by Robert Klitgaard, Ronald Maclean Abaroa, Lindsey Parris, (2000)  Corruption Analytics, by Ronald MacLean Abaroa Paper 1: Analyzing organization vulnerability to corruption Module 1 task was to elaborate a Paper in which to apply the concepts used in La Paz, by analyzing and identifying their own organization vulnerability to corruption and propose solutions to prevent it. The Paper had three main parts:  Organization main activities  Diagnosis of the organization/activities vulnerability to corruption  Proposed Solutions to lower vulnerability and prevent corruption Teams were encouraged to make a proper analysis of their organization shortcomings. The Papers were kept confidential. The Paper should have maximum 12,000 characters. Deadline for Paper 1 submission: March 15, 2009 MODULE 2 – UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONS (March 16- April 5, 2009) Readings Understanding Organizations, by Charles Handy (4th edition, 2005) Paper 2: Analyzing Organizations Teams were encouraged to read the book having in mind their own organization and during reading to jot down aspects that relate to it. In their Paper they were asked to write an analysis of their organization by applying the concepts included in the book. The Paper should have maximum 12.000 characters and the following structure:  Background  Analysis – identifying organization strengths and weaknesses  Conclusions & Recommendations They were encouraged to make a proper analysis of their organization shortcomings, as well as strengths. The Papers were kept confidential.


Deadline for Paper 2 submission: April 5, 2009 MODULE 3: UNDERSTANDING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ORGANIZATIONS (April 6-26, 2009) Readings  Banishing Bureaucracy: The five Strategies for Reinventing Government, by David Osborne and Peter Palstrick (1998)  The Reinventor’s Field book, by David Osborne and Peter Palstrick (2000) Paper 3: Analyzing a Local Government Organization The teams’ task was to identify a Local Government partner and collect information about it’s functioning, having in mind the concepts included in the books. They had to elaborate a paper, no longer than 15.000 characters having the following structure:  Background: Local Government short description  Data collection process  Local Government activities/functions analysis  Conclusions and Recommendations Papers were displayed on the PAP Website Forum, in order to facilitate experience exchange among teams. Deadline for Paper 3 submission: April 26, 2009 MODULE 4: UNDERSTANDING CHANGE MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS (April 27-May 17, 2009) Readings  Our Ice is Melting (2006) by John P. Kotter (2006)  Leading Change, by John P. Kotter (1996)  Restore the Health of Your Organization by Fred Fisher, Ana Vasilache, Nicole Rata Paper 4: Reinventing Local Governments in order to Cure and Prevent Corruption Teams had to write a Paper of maximum 12.000 characters, in the form of a Memo provided to the Mayor of the Local Government analyzed previously, to propose a one year intervention process aimed at reinventing the organization in order to cure and prevent corruption. The teams assumed that the Mayor was concerned about the organization vulnerability to corruption and asked for their support to initiate and implement the change process. In this paper teams were encouraged to use all the other modules concepts. The Papers were displayed on the PAP Website Forum, in order to facilitate experience exchange among teams. Deadline for Paper 4 submission: May 17, 2009


PURCHASE OF THE BOOKS AND PROVIDING THEM TO PARTICIPANTS Date February 20-March 25, 2009 Objectives To provide participants the readings to be studied in each module, as described in the Knowledge Building component Target clients The 31 teams selected to attend the Knowledge Building component, with the exception of Belgium and Yemen that purchased the books on their own expenses Description  Search on amazon.com and identify the site that mail books in Romania. Only amazon.de was willing to send us the purchased books, and they did not have all the titles we wanted in the necessary number. For the other titles we had to order them to be delivered in UK and from them to receive the package through personal channels.  For the first module, all materials were accessible in electronic format that is why the selected participants could start to study the first module without waiting to receive the books. The electronic format of ‘Corrupt Cities” book was provided by authors, MILC was accessible on Internet.  The CDs with MILC were provided by WBI and we sent them through mail with the first package of books  We decided to send all packages through UPS from Romania, because amazon.com did not deliver books in some of the countries

CONDUCTING THE KNOWLEDGE BUILDING COMPONENT Date March 1- May 31, 2009 Objectives To assess participants Papers based on the criteria announced in the Knowledge Building component description and give them feedback on their performances, in order to improve their skills in elaborating them. Target clients The 31 teams selected to attend the Knowledge Building component Description We have developed the following Evaluation Form that was sent to each team, for each Paper: Country Organizations


Team members Criteria 1. Level of knowledge about the concepts included in the readings 2. Level of concepts understanding when analyzing the organization 3. Level of logic in the flow of ideas

Awarded Points1

4. Level of clarity and concision in expressing ideas Total The Papers Evaluation by Tutors are synthesized in the following charts:

1

Each paper received maximum 100 points, divided among the 4 criteria (max 25 points/criteria)

Comments


PAPER 1 EVALUATION Yemen, Partners Yemen Uganda, Transparency International Turkey, Union of Municipalities from Marmara region Turkey, Transparency International Tajikistan, Union Advisors Serbia, ALDA Russian Fedration, Karelia Russian Federation, School of PA, Moscow Russian Federation, Graduate School of Mgmt, Petersburg Romania, SNSPA Romania, SAR Romania, FPDL Romania, Craiova Regional Training Centre for PA Poland, School of PA, Bialystok Poland, Association of Leaders of Local Civic Groups Montenegro, Directorate for Anticorruption Initiative Macedonia,Studiorum Kyrgyztan, Anticorruption Business Council Hungary, Transparency International Georgia, Civitas Georgica Czech Republic, FALA, Training Center for PA Croatia, Chronos Info Ltd Bulgaria, European Governance Centre B-H Izbor Plus B-H Center for Management, Development and Planning Belgium, Transparency International Armenia, Urban Foundation Armenia, State Commission for Protection of Ec Competition Albania, Partners Albania

29 Teams among the 31 selected provided Paper 1

80 85 75 70 70 100 45

95 45 50 85 75 60 100 50

60 50 70 65 100 90 95 75

55 75 95 55 45 90


PAPER 2 EVALUATION Yemen, Partners Yemen Uganda, Transparency International Turkey, Union of Municipalities from Marmara region Turkey, Transparency International Tajikistan, Union Advisors Serbia, ALDA Russian Federation, School of PA, Moscow Russian Federation, Graduate School of Mgmt, Petersburg Romania, SNSPA Romania, FPDL Romania, Craiova Regional Training Centre for PA Poland, School of PA, Bialystok Poland, Association of Leaders of Local Civic Groups Montenegro, Directorate for Anticorruption Initiative Macedonia,Studiorum Kyrgyztan, Anticorruption Business Council Hungary, Transparency International Georgia, Civitas Georgica Czech Republic, FALA, Training Center for PA Croatia, Chronos Info Ltd Bulgaria, European Governance Centre B-H Izbor Plus B-H Center for Management, Development and Planning Belgium, Transparency International Armenia, Urban Foundation Armenia, State Commission for Protection of Ec Competition Albania, Partners Albania

27 Teams among the previous 29 provided Paper 2

75 90 90

85 95 90 100 85 85 90 65 100 100 80 90

85 85 95 85 95 80 80 80 90 85 70 85


PAPER 3 EVALUATION Yemen, Partners Yemen

80

Uganda, Transparency International

85

Turkey, Union of Municipalities from Marmara region Tajikistan, Union Advisors

100 70

Serbia, ALDA

95

Russian Federation, School of PA, Moscow

100

Russian Federation, Graduate School of Mgmt, Petersburg

90

Romania FPDL

80

Romania, SNSPA

80

Poland, School of PA, Bialystok

90

Macedonia,Studiorum

95

Kyrgyztan, Anticorruption Business Council

95

Hungary, Transparency International

80

Georgia, Civitas Georgica Czech Republic, FALA, Training Center for PA

100 80

Croatia, Chronos Info Ltd

85

B-H Izbor Plus

85

B-H Center for Management, Development and Planning

80

Belgium, Transparency International

100

Armenia, Urban Foundation

80

Armenia, State Commission for Protection of Ec Competition

80

21 Teams among the previous 27, provided Paper 3


PAPER 4 EVALUATION Yemen, Partners Yemen

95

Uganda, Transparency International

95

Tajikistan Advisors Union

80

Serbia, ALDA

90

Russian Federation, School of PA, Moscow

85

Russian Federation, Graduate School of Mgmt, Petersburg

80

Romania FPDL

90

Romania, SNSPA

80

Poland, School of PA, Bialystok

80

Macedonia,Studiorum

80

Kyrgyztan, Anticorruption Business Council

75

Georgia, Civitas Georgica

100

Czech Republic, FALA, Training Center for PA

90

Croatia, Chronos Info Ltd

B-H Izbor Plus

80

70

B-H Center for Management, Development and Planning

90

Belgium, Transparency International

95

Armenia, Urban Foundation Armenia, State Commission for Protection of Ec Competition 19 Teams among the previous 21 provided Paper 4 finalizing Knowledge Building Component

80

75


ALL PAPERS EVALUATION Yemen, Partners Yemen

330

Uganda, Transparency International

355

Tajikistan Advisors Union

315

375

Serbia, ALDA

380

Russian Federation, School of PA, Moscow

Russian Federation, Graduate School of Mgmt, Petersburg

300

335

Romania FPDL Romania, SNSPA

295

370

Poland, School of PA, Bialystok

315

Macedonia,Studiorum Kyrgyztan, Anticorruption Business Council

325

395

Georgia, Civitas Georgica

345

Czech Republic, FALA, Training Center for PA

355

Croatia, Chronos Info Ltd B-H Izbor Plus

290

325

B-H Center for Management, Development and Planning

380

Belgium, Transparency International Armenia, Urban Foundation Armenia, State Commission for Protection of Ec Competition

300 270

Teams finalized the Knowledge Building Component; the best of them were selected to attend the Skills Building Component


LIST OF SELECTED PARTICIPANTS IN THE PAP KNOWLEDGE BUIDLING COMPONENT (as of 15.03.2009)

1

Country

Name 1

Name 2

Organization, Address

Albania

Ariola Agolli Female

Arla Gruda Female

Partners-Albania, Center for Change and Conflict Management Rr. Muhamet Gjollesha, 7th Floor Building, Entrance 1, App.9, 5th Floor, Tirana, Albania, PO Box 2418/1, Central Post Office of Albania Tel. +355 42 254881/3; Fax. +355 42 254883 Mobile +355684076982 E-mail: trainer_1@partnersalbania.org; Arjola17@yahoo.com; director@partnersalbania.org;

agruda2001@yahoo.com; trainer_2@partnersalbania.org 2

Armenia

Hayastan Stepanyan Female

Armen Varosyan Male

The Urban Foundation for Sustainable Development Armenia, Yerevan, 9 Alex Manoogian Street 0070 Tel/fax: +374 10512072/+374 10512076 Mobile: +374 93 70 70 39 E-mail: avarosyan@yahoo.com; hayastan@aua.am

3

Armenia

Karine Poladyan Female

Zarine Arushanyan Female

State Commission for the Protection of Economic competition of the Republic of Armenia 5b M.mkrtchyan, Yerevan, 0010, Republic of Armenia Tel: (+37410) 545 639 Mobile: (+37491) 319 702, (+37493) 242 475 E-mail: poladkar@netscape.net; kzarushanyan@rambler.ru

4

Armenia

Rubina TerMartirosyan

Dina Manukyan

Millennium Association for Education and Research Armenia, Yerevan, apt 59, 15, Ervand Kochar st, 375019 E-mail: roubina@best.am, dina@millennium.am

5

Belgium

Chantal HĂŠbette Female

6

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Slavica Draskovic Female

Nastassia Leszczynska Female

Transparency International Belgium Belgium, Brussels, Rue d\'Arenberg, 13, 1000 Tel/fax: 003225090031 Mobile: 0032475233716 E-mail: info@transparencybelgium.be; transparency.be@gmail.com

Elmida Saric

Training and Consulting Organization IZBOR PLUS

Female

Trening i konsalting organizacija IZBOR PLUS 71000 Sarajevo, Kolodvorska 11 A (Sentada poslovni centar) Bosnia and Herzegovina


Country

Name 1

Name 2

Organization, Address Tel/fax: +387 33 711 000, Mobile: +387 61 182 095, E-mail: sd@izborplus.ba

7

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Branka Matic Female

Bogdan Nikolic Male

The Center for Management, Development and Planning Bosnia and Herzegovina, Doboj, Kralja Aleksandra, 52, 74000 Tel: +387 53 200 371, fax: +387 65 797 427 E-mail: branka.ma@yahoo.com mdp@teol.net;bogdan@mdp.ba

8

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Marina Lasic Female

Nina Stefanovic Female

Transparency International B&H Bosnia and Herzegovina, 71000 Sarajevo Miss Irbina 18 Tel/fax: +38733220049 E-mail: mlasic@ti-bih.org tibihorg@bih.net.ba

9

Bulgaria

Milena Varbanova Minkova Female

Albena Dimitrova Kuyumdjieva Female

European Governance Center

Anton Florijan Barisic Male

Petra Padjen

Chronos Info Croatia, Zagreb, Medvedgradska 35, 10000 Tel/fax: +385 1 4667 059/+385 1 4666 977 Mobile: +385 91 4667 059 E-mail: afbarisic@chronos.hr chronos@chronos.hr

11 Czech Republic

Marie Kahounova Female

Michaela Kotesovska Male

FALA - Training Center for Public Administration of the Czech Republic The Czech Republic, Prague, Vitkova 10/241, 186 00 Tel/fax: +420 222 316 878 Mobile: +420 608 444 366 E-mail: kahounova@vcvscr.cz

12 Georgia

Giorgi Meskhidze Male

Elene Romelashvili Female

Civitas Georgica 97 Tsinamdzgvrishvili Street, Tbilisi, 0164, Georgia Tel/fax: +99532951991 Mobile: +99599678584 E-mail: hromelashvili@civitas.ge

13 Hungary

Zsuzsa Szombati Female

Noemi Alexa Female

Transparency International Hungary 6, Vas utca, Budapest 1088 Hungary Tel/fax: 00-36-70-4097277 Mobile: 00-36-70-409-7277

10 Croatia

Female

Bulgaria, Sofia 1000, 15 G.Benkovski str., 1st floor. Tel/fax: 359 2 4951 387 E-mail: mminkova1@gmail.com ; alben4e@yahoo.co.uk


Country

Name 1

Name 2

Organization, Address E-mail: info@transparency.hu ; zsuzsa.szombati@gmail.com

14 Kyrgyzstan

Nuripa Aalievna Mukanova Female

Bakyt Kushbekovich Baketaev Male

Anticorruption Business Council Kyrgyz Republic, Bishkek, 96 B Kievskaya street, 3-rd floor. 720021 Tel/fax: +997 312 43 80 36 Mobile: +996 555 75 99 65 E-mail: consult_develop@mail.ru nuripaec@saimanet.kg

15 Poland

Patrycja Joanna Suwaj Female

HansJoachim Rieger Male

Department of Administrative Law Bialystok University, School of Law Mickiewicza 1 St. 15-213 Bialystok, Poland Institute of Public Administration and State Stanislaw Staszic School of Public Administration Dojlidy Fabryczne 26, 15-555 Bialystok, Poland E-mail: psuwaj@wsap.edu.pl; p.suwaj@uwb.edu.pl, phone: +48 501 213 506

hans_joachimrieger@hotmail.com ; h.rieger@dbbakademie.de 16 Poland

Katarzyna Hanna BatkoTo³uæ Female

Szymon B³a¿ej Osowski Male

The Association of Leaders of Local Civic Groups Poland, Warsaw, ul. Ursynowska 22/2, 02-605 Tel/fax: + 48 22 844 73 55 Mobile: Katarzyna: + 48 667 82 84 84; Szymon: +48 697 932 643 E-mail: katarzyna.batko@lgo.pl szymon.osowski@lgo.pl

17 Romania

Bombonica Dudãu Female

Armand Florin Afremie Male

Regional Training Center for Local Public Administration from Craiova Romania, Craiova, Str. Brestei, Nr. 12, Postal Code: 200420 Tel/fax: +4 0251 417 230, +4 0351 407373 Mobile: +4 0744 556235, +4 0744 584686, E-mail: rdudau@yahoo.com

18 Romania

Marius Florin Popa Male

Ioana Teodora Dinu Female

National School of Political and Administrative Studies - Faculty of Public Administration Romania, Bucharest, Povernei no. 6, 010643 Tel/fax: +4021.318.08.97/+4021.314.65.07 Mobile: +40722.123.167/+40722677119, E-mail: popaflorin@snspa.ro

19 Romania

Ana Otilia Nutu Female

Sinziana Elena C. Poiana

Romanian Academic Society (SAR) 61 Mihai Eminescu, Bucharest, Romania 020071 Tel/fax: 0040212111424, Mobile: 0040723643471/ 0040744916848


Country

Name 1

Name 2

Organization, Address

Female

E-mail: ana.otilia@sar.org.ro sinziana@sar.org.ro

20 Romania

Andreea Buzek

Ancuta Vamesu

Partners Foundation for Local Development FPDL Str Piata Amzei 7-9, sc D, et 6, ap 34, sector 1, Bucuresti 010342 Tel/fax +40213135664, 0213135668, 0213141966 E-mail: andreea@fpdl.ro, ancutavamesu@yahoo.com

21 Macedonia (FYROM)

Ivana Tomovska Female

Kushtrim Hoxha Male

Center for Regional Policy Research and Cooperation “Studiorum� Macedonia, Skopje, Str. Nikola Parapunov bb Makoteks Kompleks kat 1, 1000 tel and fax no.+38923065837, Mobile +38970446104, +38970231875, E-mail : office@studiorum.org.mk ivana@studiorum.org.mk ; kushtrim@studiorum.org.mk

22 Montenegro

Maria Novkovic

Grozdana Lakovic

Directorate for Anti-corruption Initiative

Montenegro, Podgorica, Rimski trg 46, 81000 Tel/fax +38220234395,Mobile: +38267247450, +38267247416, E-mail: aci@mn.yu;

marija.novkovic@daci.gov.me 23 Russian Federation

Vladimir Solodov Male

Alexey Shestoperov Male

Moscow State University

119602, ul. Akademika Anohina, 4 korp. 3, kv. 63 Moscow, Russia

Tel/fax +7 495 930 85 69, Mobile: +7 926 277 86 47, E-mail: solodov@spa.msu.ru 24 Russian Federation

Andrey Evgenjevich Ivanov Male

Anastasia Alekseevna Golubeva Female

Graduate School of Management of the St.-Petersburg State

25 Russian Federation

Alexey Konstantinovich Morozov Male

Svetlana Anatolyevna Filon Female

Association "Council of Municipalities, Republic of Karelia" Russian Federation, Petrozavodsk, Chapaev str. 6\"A\",of.214, 185000 Tel/fax: +7-8142-78-27-35,Mobile: +7-911-400-1821, E-mail: amsu@onego.ru; pakkanen@mail.ru

26 Serbia

Camille Gangloff Female

Stanka Parac Damjanovic Male

Association of Local Democracy Agencies Association of the Local Democracy Agencies c/o Council of Europe, office 1027 Avenue de l'Europe, 67075 Strasbourg, camille.gangloff@aldaintranet.org

University (GSOM SPSU), Volkhovsky Per. 3 St. Petersburg, 199004, Russia Tel/fax: +7-812-323-84-40, Mobile: +7-921-307-34-00, E-mail: ivanov@gsom.pu.ru


Country

Name 1

Name 2

Organization, Address Trg cara Jovana Nenada 15, 24000 Subotica, Serbia Tel/fax: +381 24 554 587 Mobile: +381 (0) 63 8991 733, stanka.parac@aldaintranet.org E-mail: antonella.valmorbida@aldaintranet.org

27 Tajikistan

Aziz Rakhmonovich Vahobov Male

Robiya Nabieva Female

NGO Advisors Union Tajikistan, Khujand, Lenin Str, 10, 735700 Tel/fax: Mobile: +992 92 777 13 79, E-mail: advisors_union@yahoo.com

28 Turkey

Recep Bozlagan Male

Murat Daoudov Male

Union of Municipalities of the Marmara Region Zindankapi, Degirmen Sk No:15, 34134 Eminn – Istanbul /Turkey Tel/fax: +90.212.5135650 ; +90.212.5208558 Mobile: +90.530.3148363, E-mail: info@marmara.gov.tr ; recepbozlagan@gmail.com ,

murat@marmara.gov.tr 29 Turkey

Emine Oya Cetinkaya

Ufuk Batum

Seffaflik Dernegi (Transparency International Turkey) Pehlivan Sok. Meric Konaklari Apt. No:1 D:29 Fulya Mah. Mecidiyekoy-Sisli Tel/fax +90 212 266 09 73, Mobile +90 533 306 48 74 info@seffaflik.org; hakanarca@gmail.com; oya.cetinkaya@aig.com

30 Uganda

Robert Luminsa Lugolobi Male

Edison Nsubuga Male

Transparency International Uganda Uganda, Kampala, plot 5 Dewinton road P.O. box 24336 Kampala Tel/fax: 256-414-255836 Mobile: 256-772-430043, E-mail: tiuganda@gmail.com

31 Yemen

Nadwa alDawsari Female

Dalia Albar Female

Partners for Democratic Change- YEMEN P O Box 11181, Sanaa, Yemen, Mobile: + 967-711-722-755, E-mail: naldawsari@partnersglobal.org ; daliaalbar@yahoo.com


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