CTAP is focused on COVID-19 fund transparency, vaccine advocacy, health accountability & strengthening local leadership in health systems

2022 — The BudgIT Foundation


Years Active



Iyanuoluwa Bolarinwa

COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) is an initiative that seeks to promote accountability and transparency through the tracking of COVID-19 intervention funds across 9 African countries – Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Senegal and Sierra Leone. CTAP is sponsored by Conrad Hilton Foundation and Skoll Foundation and executed by BudgIT Foundation, Connected Development and Global Integrity.

Global integrity is a learning-centered organization that connects frontline actors and global players to help them navigate complex governance challenges with a systems change mindset. Global Integrity aims to support locally-led efforts to solve governance-related challenges and that public resources are used effectively, to deliver public services and meet people’s needs.