Transparency International publish handbook for effective aid

A timely, comprehensive practical guide for combating corruption in relief and reconstruction has been published yesterday by Transparency International (TI), the global anti-corruption organisation, in collaboration with seven major humanitarian agencies.

The guide, Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations: A Handbook of Good Practices, gives aid workers facing immense pressure and challenging environments the tools to confront corruption, so that they can focus on saving lives and long-term recovery.

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