PTF advances innovative citizen-led approaches to improve governance, increase transparency, promote the rule of law and reduce corruption in developing and emerging countries.
What We Offer
Our pool of over 100 international development experts are a unique resource for strategic counsel for our civil society partners, international non-profits and multilateral development banks.
We connect experts with local organizations to jointly develop plans, support implementation and evaluate impact.
We link organizations with similar goals and complementary skills to provide mutual support.
Knowledge & Learning
We share lessons by hosting events and publishing findings to advance our collective understanding on governance challenges.
We provide analytical and advisory services on institutional development and improving citizen engagement.
Project Funding & Management
We provide grants accompanied by technical assistance to CSOs undertaking good governance and anti-corruption projects.
Recognizing the importance of physical presence in the regions in which we work and where our potential partners reside, PTF has established four affiliates: PTF Europe, based in Germany, PTF Asia, based in the Philippines, PTF India, and PTF Africa, based in South Africa. These affiliates are legally independent but closely integrated arms of PTF that enable us to better understand local cultures, issues and other organizations working on similar issues.
Citizens Against Corruption draws on over 200 case studies that describe impressive initiatives undertaken over the past decade by 130 CSOs in 53 countries which engage directly with public agencies to stop the extortion that damages peoples’ lives and obstructs progress.
The Report details the results and lessons of decade-long (2003-2013) PTF support to Filipino CSOs to fight corruption. It celebrates the successes and reflects on challenges faced as PTF enters a new phase in the Philippines – a regional affiliate called PTF Asia in Manila.
The study focuses on the World Bank’s recent “Governance and Anti-Corruption” (GAC) policies. It makes eight strategic recommendations, which can be put in place as part of the operational guidelines and funding and management arrangements for Phase 2 of the GAC Strategy.