Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations
|Title||Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations|
|Subtitle / Series Title||Transparency International Handbook of Good Practices|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||Ahlendorf, M-L, Hees, R, Debere, S|
|Number of Pages||181 pp.|
|Publisher||Transparency International (TI)|
A Handbook of Good Practices is a timely, practical guide to help aid organisations deal with corruption in day-to-day operations. When people donate money to aid agencies they expect it to reach people in need. When it ends up in someone’s pocket, this not only hurts the victims but damages the donor-aid-delivery supply chain. Eliminate corruption and donors remain confident and more aid ends up helping those who need it most.