GOVERNANCE
ASSESSMENTS

Here are a few examples of tools and resources we use to work on assessing or monitoring for integrity.

User’s guide on assessing water governance

The go-to reference guide (with examples of indicators) to examine water sector institutions and stakeholders, water sector performance and effectiveness for selected governance functions, and governance and integrity principles.

OECD Inventory of water governance indicators and measurement frameworks

The go-to reference guide (with examples of indicators) to examine water sector institutions and stakeholders, water sector performance and effectiveness for selected governance functions, and governance and integrity principles.

INTEGRITY
AND CORRUPTION ASSESSMENTS

A first step in addressing integrity issues is understanding their scale and nature.

ACCOUNTABLE
MONITORING AND
MONITORING FOR
ACCOUNTABILITY

To ensure our results are reliable also requires monitoring and gathering data with and for integrity: in a transparent, accountable, and participative way.

Third-party monitoring—by communities, the media, or oversight bodies for exam- ple—is then one way of complementing and evaluating official monitoring processes, to push for accountability from duty-bearers.