CCAGG is a locally based organization that works in the rural, remote, mountainous province of Abra. It was established in 1987 as an outgrowth of a wider democratization movement in the Philippines. CCAGG specializes in engaging ordinary citizen volunteers in monitoring infrastructure projects in the province. With the support of PI, CCAGG will strengthen its capacity to undertake local-level budget monitoring of public works and contribute to increasing the technical capacity of other organizations to replicate its work, promote good governance, and fight the rampant corruption that currently exists. CCAGG will organize, mentor, and train community members and civil society groups in Regions I, II, and CAR to undertake citizen monitoring of public works. Read CCAGG’s Profile


  • Pura Sumangil Executive Director
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  • +074 752 8196
  • +074 752 8196
  • 2nd Floor DZPA Bldg.
    Cor. Rizal & Zamora Sts.
    Bangued, Abra 2800
Area of Expertise

Community level monitoring of public works and citizen mobilization.

Major Current Activities

CCAGG's Profile 2011 – Briefly describes the main budget analysis and advocacy activities of the organization and its involvement with the International Budget Partnership's Partnership Initiative.