What do you do if the Board of your NGO doesn’t buy in to the counter-fraud and corruption agenda?
As the world reels from financial scandals, now is a good time for NGOs to reflect inwardly on the risks of their own inadvertent participation in money laundering.
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.
Failing to detect fraud can be less an indicator of its absence and more an indicator of under-detection. We can reverse this to improve resilience.
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 […]