Anti-Corruption Strategies: Understanding What Works, What Doesn’t and Why?

Published on 09 Dec 2014


This report reviews the experiences of fourteen countries in the region in designing, implementing, and monitoring anti-corruption strategies as well as the drivers for developing these strategies. It also calls for using evidence-based corruption measurement tools to develop and evaluate anti-corruption strategies effectively. This is essential to avoid that anti-corruption strategies remain mere declaration of intent and ensure that anti-corruption efforts are result-based. The report provides useful guidance for countries in the region in developing, implementing and evaluating anti-corruption strategies.