WHO WE ARE
Gambia Participates is a youth-led civil society organization that focuses on enhancing transparency and accountability in the public sector. We are work in the area of Anti-corruption, fighting against corruption in The Gambia by leveraging modern digital tools and other methods to track the expenditures of the government, and to engage people on these expenditures.
At Gambia Participates, we believe that each and every citizen should know how they are being governed and that they have the right to take part in the decision-making processes of their country. We, therefore, help Gambians know and understand important state affairs, often by simplifying relevant information and bringing it closer to the people so that they can actively participate.
Gambia Participates creates a lot of platforms in which citizens are sensitized about their rights towards the government and are given the chance to raise their concerns as well.
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The International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) is the world’s global forum for bringing together heads of state, civil society, the private sector and more to tackle
The Hyena Documentary is a Participatory Video that documented stories of unheard victims of Human Rights Violations by the former regime of Yaya Jammeh, who could not be heard by the Gambia’s established commissions (TRRC, Janneh Commission of Inquiry etc.)