No aid modality, agency or recipient is free from corruption risks. Find resources on the scope and nature of these risks and how they can be identified and addressed.
The justice sector is crucial in maintaining accountability. At the same time, justice sector institutions can be part of the corruption problem.
Evidence on what works and why is sparse in anti-corruption. Find guidance on how to improve evaluations and measurement tools to inform policy and programme design.
Some global mechanisms allow corruption to be a profitable crime. Find out how to deal with the negative impact this brings to developing countries.
Natural resources can drive corruption and corruption can be a feature of resource management. Learn about the risks and potential strategies to address them.
There is increasing recognition of the importance of people’s engagement to control corruption. Find out more about the role that citizens can play in promoting transparency, enhancing accountability and safeguarding public resources.
Sector specific anti-corruption approaches are necessary complements to general anti-corruption strategies. Here is a collection of information and lessons learned on how anti-corruption can effectively be mainstreamed into sectors.
UNCAC is the only globally-agreed framework on combating corruption. Learn more about its content and processes, and about related international agreements.
Explore the challenges and strategies to deal with health sector corruption
Schemes aimed at Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) are at risk from corruption. Learn about the types of risk involved and potential anti-corruption approaches.
Learn what can be done to address corruption in efforts to rebuild post-conflict states and in fragile situations.
Anti-corruption agencies are important, and contested, players in the fight against corruption. Find the latest evidence on their value and performance on this theme page
Education is key for development. Learn about strategies to reduce corruption’s negative impact on a sector that receives significant foreign aid.
Humanitarian assistance can be diverted and exacerbate existing corruption. Learn how to better address such risks in emergency situations.
Learn about ethical obligations and how to develop and implement ethical standards amongst donors, the public and private sectors, civil society and the media.
Money can have a negative influence on politics and present a challenge to foreign aid. Find out how to reduce political funding’s adverse impact on developing countries.
Learn about the manifestations of corruption involving the private sector and find more about donors' engagement in this area.
Discover how essential sound PFM and clean procurement systems are for a functioning state. Learn how to build integrity in these key areas.
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