Fostering Public Finance Integrity and Asset Recovery, and Empowering People, Groups and Communities for a Corruption-free MENA Region
Goal of ‘Sharaka’: Fostering Public Finance Integrity and Asset Recovery, and Empowering People, Groups and Communities for a Corruption-free MENA Region
Component 1: Public Financial Integrity
- Prepare policy paper on financial disclosure in Jordan.
- Holding a discussion session
- for reviewing the policy paper.
- Advocacy campaigns on the importance of financial disclosure and amending the current legislations, in compliance with the signed international agreements which Jordan ratified.
Component 2: Advocacy and Advisory
- Prepare policy paper on complaints receiving mechanisms in Jordan, as well as the views of the Jordan Bar Association.
- Evaluate the performance of the bodies operating in the areas of receiving and handling complaints.
- Build training and capacity building plans for the official bodies’ employees, as well as Rasheed employees.
- Build a database for complaints and complaints handling, while finding the proper local mechanisms for receiving complaints and protecting witnesses.
- Conduct awareness campaigns for Jordanians on filing complaints and on the concerned bodies, and reinforce nationalism through encouraging citizens report any practices negatively affecting public employment, or any other act classified as corruption according to the Anti-Corruption Commission Law.
- Enhancing integrity levels in providing health services in the public sector.
The objectives of ‘Sharaka’:
Quantifying and improving the quality of public healthcare services, improving the efficiency of the budget expenditures in the public health arena by building CSO capacity. Additionally, another goal is attempting at establishing CSOs in decision making processes, and, improving the transparency in data sharing between the government and the public.