Doug Hadden looks to aid transparency to tackle corruption

Doug Hadden, Vice President of Products at FreeBalance, asks how corruption might best be understood and tackled in a Sustainable Public Financial Management blog post last week. Hadden starts with the common (if unarticulated) public feeling that recipients are largely responsible for the loss of aid money by corruption. He argues that while we are still failing to adequately track donor funds, particularly in off-budget aid, our initial focus should be to increase aid transparency rather than to blame recipients and their financial management systems.

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