Sarah Steingrüber is a global public health expert with experience in the areas of anti-corruption, transparency and accountability, health system supply chains, access to medicines, and private sector collective action.
She was previously the Programme Manager of the Transparency International Health Initiative, and has also worked with the German Development Corporation (GIZ), UNFPA and IOM – The UN Migration Agency.
Sarah is a contributor to Curbing Corruption, an advisor for the Partnership for Transparency Fund Europe e.V. and the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative, and the Vice-Chair of the Health Governance and Transparency Association.
Sarah works closely with U4 on its health portfolio supporting U4 workshops, writing publications, and facilitating the U4 online course Addressing Corruption in the Health Sector.
20 Dec 2020
Durante la respuesta a la pandemia de COVID-19, es fundamental mantener una postura firme contra prácticas de corrupción. Los procedimientos anticorrupción y los sistemas de rendición de cuentas garan...
26 Mar 2020
Maintenir la lutte contre la corruption durant la réponse à l’épidémie du Covid-19 s’avère essentiel.
26 Mar 2020
This pandemic will be seen by some as an opportunity to take advantage of the emergency to abuse their power for private gain. In this unique circumstance, it is critical that corruption not be ignored.