“The introduction of electronic payment of beneficiaries of LIPW has reduced the level of fraud and leakages that were associated with the manual system of payment. . It has deepened transparency and accountability and assured beneficiaries of equal pay for equal work done. To further strengthen transparency and accountability, payments to beneficiaries are validated using the Daily Attendance Sheets (DASH), Pay rolls, Cash out reports and receipts given by the Participating Finnacial Institutions (PFIs.) Beneficiaries are asked the amount they received during the last cash out and this is authenticated with their receipts. Cash Out reports are also pasted on the Transparency and Accountability Boards (TABs) which is mounted in the communities for public viewing. Beneficiaries who are not happy with any aspect of LIPW implementation can call WRCO hotline (050 7122300) which is written on the TABs and report for redress. Beneficiaries’ complaints which could not be resolved at the Community and District Assembly level are received and acted upon at the RCO and complainants given feedback. Source: WRCO“The introduction of electronic payment of beneficiaries of LIPW has reduced the level of fraud and leakages that were associated with the manual system of payment. . It has deepened transparency and accountability and assured beneficiaries of equal pay for equal work done. To further strengthen transparency and accountability, payments to beneficiaries are validated using the Daily Attendance Sheets (DASH), Pay rolls, Cash out reports and receipts given by the Participating Finnacial Institutions (PFIs.) Beneficiaries are asked the amount they received during the last cash out and this is authenticated with their receipts. Cash Out reports are also pasted on the Transparency and Accountability Boards (TABs) which is mounted in the communities for public viewing. Beneficiaries who are not happy with any aspect of LIPW implementation can call WRCO hotline (050 7122300) which is written on the TABs and report for redress. Beneficiaries’ complaints which could not be resolved at the Community and District Assembly level are received and acted upon at the RCO and complainants given feedback. Source: WRCO