Transparency International (TI) is the world’s largest global anti-corruption network, operating as an international, non-political, non-partisan, non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Berlin, Germany. With over 90 National Chapters (NCs) worldwide, 

In 2023, Transparency International Pakistan (TI Pakistan) made significant strides in advancing its mission to combat corruption and promote transparency at both grassroots and national levels. 

In our relentless pursuit of a corruption-free society, this year has been marked by unprecedented efforts to combat corruption. Transparency International Pakistan remains steadfast in its commitment to promoting accountability, integrity, and transparency across all sectors. Our dedicated team has worked extensively on anti-corruption initiatives, collaborating with government institutions, anti-corruption agencies, civil society and international organizations with an aim to foster a culture of honesty and fairness.

In this report, you will find a comprehensive overview of the strides made in the battle against corruption and the challenges faced. Through rigorous research, advocacy, and collaborative endeavors, we continue to push for systemic change and advocate for ethical practices. We invite you to delve into the findings, recognizing that only through collective efforts can we truly achieve a corruption-free future for Pakistan.

Section 1: Social Accountability and Anti-Corruption Tools.

Section 2: Capacity Building of Government Officials on Anti-Corruption Mechanisms and Right to Information

Section 3: Gender and Corruption: Women Empowerment Through Participation in Decision Making

Section 4: Youth Workshops & Conferences

Section 5: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Section 6: Climate Governance Integrity Programme (CGIP)

Section 7: International Anti-Corruption Day-2023

Section 8: TI Pakistan Survey and Reports


578 citizens were trained and provided with awareness on climate vulnerability in districts


365 citizens, including journalists, teachers, social mobilization lawyers, and students, were trained on RTI laws.


547 citizens received free legal advice through mobile ALACs


Cases Received violation of public procurements, related to property rights, Education, Health etc.


Govt. officials were trained on Right to Information and Local Govt laws.


1127 Youth were trained on SDGs, integrity, and transparency.


Women were trained on women's rights and gender equality.

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