What do you do if the Board of your NGO doesn’t buy in to the counter-fraud and corruption agenda?
Working with local partners does present fraud and corruption risks for international agencies, but it also presents counter-fraud opportunities.
‘Human factors’ are as important to take into account as procedures and mechanisms. Knowing how they impact the counter-fraud and corruption agenda is the first step to managing them.
Welcome to the blog devoted to helping humanitarian and global development organisations to reduce fraud and corruption. Posts are filed according to the different components of the holistic approach and […]