Due to the highly sensitive nature of our work, we can only showcase a selection of recent projects.


– Evaluation and reconfiguration of the Case Management System of the Malawian Anti-Corruption Bureau, the Directorate of Public Prosecution’s Office (DPP) and the Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA), contracted by the Basel Institute on Governance. (2018)


– Development and implementation of “Pay No Bribe” in Sierra Leone, a reporting mechanism for citizens to anonymously report incidents of petty corruption and bribery. (Since 2016)


– Expertise in an EU-funded project in Kosovo, supporting the local Agency for Management of Sequestered and Confiscated Assets (AMSCA). (2014-2015)

–  Support in the European Union Rule of Law reform project in Montenegro. (2014)


– Research Project: “Corruption, Conflict and Cities in East and West Africa,” a formal cooperation with the University of Basel (Switzerland), the University of Nairobi (Kenya) and the University of Bouaké (Ivory Coast). (2013-2017)

– Roundtable on Income Asset Declarations in Debre-Zeyit, Ethiophia, for the Federal Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (REACC) Officials. (November 17-19, 2013) 

– Law Enforcement Training in Burundi. (May 2013)


– Implementation of a Whistleblowing Mechanism within the context of the prevention of illegal exploitation of natural resources in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. Based on a mandate from GIZ and the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), Stream House and its partners developed a web and mobile-access whistleblowing system tool.  (2012-2016)

–  Trade Route Incident Management System (TRIMS) in Ogun State (Nigeria): A crowd-sourced facility for traders and citizens to send anonymous structured text messages (SMS) to a public website to report non-tariff barriers encountered. The initiative was launched by the Office of the Special Adviser on Millennium Development Goals Ogun State, the Ogun State Council of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). (2012-2014)

– Law Enforcement Training in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo, which included visiting officials from Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda. (September 2012) 

– Workshop: “Operational Skills for International Corruption Hunters – International Corruption Investigations” at the International Corruption Hunters Alliance in Washington, D.C., USA. (June 7-8, 2012)