Permitting our NGOs to break the law might have implications for our ability to reduce our fraud and corruption footprints.
The risk of terrorist diversion or financial sanctions breaches are challenging issues for NGOs, but there are things that can be done to reduce the risk.
How pushing charities for unreasonably low overhead, administrative and support costs harms them by making them more vulnerable to fraud and corruption
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 […]