Evaluating anti-corruption measures in developing countries


Transparent, accountable government is a crucial ingredient for development. In many countries, developing country governments and their international partners are working to tackle corruption and strenghten financial management systems to ensure aid - and other public funds - are spent well.


A recent joint evaluation examines how donor approaches to anti-corruption work have been adapted to circumstances in different countries and the results of these efforts.


Joint Evaluation of Support to Anti-Corruption Efforts (2002-2009)Joint Evaluation of Support to Anti-Corruption Efforts (2002-2009) - Synthesis report


 Background paper: Contextual Choices in Fighting Corruption: Lessons Learned


Power Point Presentation "Joint Evaluation of Anti-Corruption Efforts"


Seminar on anti-corruption hosted by Norad (October 2011)



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