Citizens have a right to promote and protect Open Contracting procedures for increased efficiency and transparency.


There is need for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), the business community and Community Monitors to promote and protect Open Contracting for increased efficiency, transparency, competitiveness and value for money. CHRR conducted  a study on women in public procurement within Malawi, findings show that 1% of tenders are awarded to women lead businesses.


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