Working with local partners does present fraud and corruption risks for international agencies, but it also presents counter-fraud opportunities.
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.
‘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.
Trust is an important enabler of humanitarian and global development work, but it comes with fraud and corruption risks that need to be addressed.
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 […]