Turning on the tap of people power in Guatemala
In the hills of Guatemala’s Chinique de las Flores municipality, a quest for clean water became a quest for clean government. With the help of our anti-corruption centre run by Acción Ciudadana, citizens took action against the corruption affecting their town and demanded that the leaders answer to their people. Read their story on Medium.
This story was first published by our friends at Oxfam America.
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