U4 Practice Insight | Development cooperation

Lessons from Nicaragua’s experience with the Joint Donor Anti-Corruption Fund

By Ananda S. Millard
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Practice Insight no. 2013:1)

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Since 2002, the Joint Donor Anti-Corruption Fund (FAC) in Nicaragua worked with the national government to respond to corruption. The FAC brought together a group of nine donors to jointly support the strengthening of public institutions. This effort provides interesting lessons in terms of multi-donor funds, which can establish a common donor voice, place anti-corruption on the agenda, and foster coordination between government bodies. These lessons can help inform joint efforts elsewhere.

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