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Good governance for medicines initiatives: Exploring lessons learned
(U4 Issue 2013:3, Research report, 2013-05-13)
Corruption in the pharmaceutical system results in wasted resources, limited access to health services and reduced health gains. In this U4 Issue paper, we examine select global initiatives in the area of good governance ...
Certified integrity? Forest certification and anti-corruption
(U4 Issue 2013:1, Research report, 2013-01-22)
Forest certification schemes regulate forest exploitation and trade across many countries. In the absence of a multilateral agreement on limiting deforestation, they provide rules to balance the social, economic and ...
Addressing corruption through sector approaches: Exploring lessons from the Moroccan anticorruption strategy for the health sector
(U4 Practice Insight 2013:2, Report, 2013-05-28)
Sector-specific anti-corruption efforts are widely recommended but rarely implemented at the country level. The Moroccan Central Authority for Corruption Prevention opted similar approaches in any sector. Sector-specific ...
Lessons from Nicaragua's experience with the Joint Donor Anti-Corruption Fund
(U4 Practice Insight 2013:1, Report, 2013-03-05)
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 ...
Rule of law and environmental justice in the forests: The challenge of 'strong law enforcement' in corrupt conditions
(U4 Issue 2013:6, Research report, 2013-06-01)
Widespread illegal forest activities have contributed to deforestation, forest degradation, economic losses to nations and injustices for forest communities in many countries. Promoting rule of law, particularly through ...
Methods for learning what works and why in anti-corruption: An introduction to evaluation methods for practitioners
(U4 Issue 2013:8, Research report, 2013-08-01)
Evaluations of donor-funded anti-corruption reforms and programmes would benefit from upgrading and diversifying the methods used to document effects. Better evaluations in turn would improve the evidence base for the ...