Practitioners reflections: Making a difference in high corruption and weak governance country environments
Donor agency officials working on development assistance programmes in highly corrupt and weak governance environments face the challenge of making a difference in citizens’ lives. At the same time, they have to manage the risks to development effectiveness – and their reputations – from pervasive corruption and weak governance. Based on his extensive experience in the governance and anti-corruption field, as well as drawing on work of other practitioners, the author offers operational advice on addressing these challenges.
See the theme pages on the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre.
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