In recent years, NGOs have taken on an ever greater role as implementers of development assistance. It is therefore important that they have a sound anti-corruption policy in place. Such policies should address the threat of corruption and fraud and outline the mechanisms required to combat it. It is recommended that these anti-corruption policies are comprehensive in scope and set out the organisation’s wider corruption risk management system.
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