Assessment - Monitoring, Civil Society Organization, home, Policy & Oversight, Risk Management,

The Trillion Dollar Question

A nail-biting game of integrity intrigue for 2 – 3 small teams! The Trillion Dollar Question game premiered at World […]


Africa, Americas, Analysis, Asia, Assessment - Monitoring, Communication & Training, Europe, Good Practice, home, Monitoring, Organization management, Planning / Allocation, Policy & Oversight, Procurement, Regulation, Risk Management, Stakeholder Engagement, Uncategorized,

How to Promote Water Integrity

WIN’s Lessons Learned Report captures experiences and challenges faced whilst working on water integrity between the period of 2011-2016.


Analysis, Bolivia, Ghana, Global, home, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Regulation, South Africa,

Wastewater reuse for agriculture: business as usual or need for more integrity?

This article answers a number of critical questions regarding wastewater reuse for agriculture, and assesses related integrity concerns and solutions. Why is planned reuse important and what are related integrity risks? Why is regulation often not effectively enforced and how can it improve in terms of integrity?


Construction / Maintenance, Financing / Budgeting, Global, Good Practice, home, Monitoring, Planning / Allocation, Procurement, Regulation, Service delivery,

The Importance of Integrity in Rural Water Supply

Interview with Sean Furey from the RWSN secretariat, on RWSN’s work to promote TAPA in rural water supply.


Analysis, home, India, Indonesia,

Institutionalized Corruption in Irrigation

An interview of Professor Peter Mollinga, who discusses his recent research on corruption in the Indonesian irrigation sector and what it means for practitioners aiming to tackle institutionalized corruption.