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It is clear that work still needs to be done to highlight the potential of people-centred anti-corruption. Zero tolerance policies and internal control mechanisms are important to track CSOs’ spending and ensuring it reaches beneficiaries. But in addition, we need to strengthen the argument for strategic thinking on social accountability — making anti-corruption efforts participatory and people-focused.
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