Basic Rights Watch uses Transparency Alert Program to proselytize and ensure open financial government, citizen participation and discourage corruption in the management of public finance in federal universities through tracking the implementation of capital funds and advocacy. Our ultimate goal through the program is to magnify citizen participation in federal university capital spending.
Basic Rights Watch uses this program to commission report releases so as to highlight the ills and dehumanization-characterization of jungle justice act. The program also seeks to lobby Nigerian lawmakers to enact a law that prohibits and criminalizes the aforementioned act.
Tracking Needs, a program of Basic Rights Watch, investigates urgent capital needs of local communities and advocates for governmental/non-governmental intervention to address such needs. This is to eradicate extreme poverty and promote participatory budgetary processes. Our primacy encompasses thematic areas of health, education and clean water provision.