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Projects: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project

Donor Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: International
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International

Foreign direct assistance to fight public sector corruption has met with mixed success. Even when such assistance is effective in meeting its stated objectives, it often, nonetheless, inadvertently contributes to corruption by introducing aid into resource-scarce areas or into systems with integrity and accountability problems. The 2001 Annual Meeting of the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies (ACN) identified donor standards and co-ordination as key problems in anti-corruption assistance and called for further analysis.

In this context, the Donor Standards in Anti-Corruption Project (DSACP) was undertaken with the aim to identify tentative lessons learned on how aid may be provided to maximize positive impacts. The first phase of the project was carried out by the ACN in collaboration with the Collaborative for Development Action Inc (CDA) from March till September 2002. Seven case studies were carried out identifying some of the key issues that donors and implementing agencies come across when providing anti-corruption assistance. To view the case studies and the end of project report click on the title "Donor Standards in Anti-Corruption Project".

Comments can be send to the Network secretariat at Anti-CorruptionNetwork@oecd.org.


Duration: from 31 March 2002 to 15 September 2002
Funded by: ACN Steering Group members (UNDP, Transparency International Secretariat Berlin, TI Russia and Latvia, OSI, COLPI), DfID, OECD Development Assistance Committee, Lessons Learned Unit of UNMiK Kosovo.
Budget: US$ 120,000

DSACP Case Studies: Ukraine
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Ukraine
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International


Funded by: The World Bank, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

DSACP Case Studies: Bulgaria
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Bulgaria
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International

DSACP Case Studies: Moldova
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Moldova
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International


Funded by: Transparency International Moldova

DSACP Case Studies: Prishtina Municipality, Kosovo
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Stability Pact Anti - Corruption Initiative
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International


Funded by: Lessons Learned and Analysis Unit (LLA) of the EU Pillar of UNMIK in Kosovo

DSACP Case Studies: Tajikistan
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Tajikistan
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International


Funded by: UNDP Country Office Tajikistan

DSACP Case Studies: Armenia
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Armenia
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International


Funded by: OSCE Armenia

DSACP Case Studies: Georgia
Themes: Donors' Standards in Anti-Corruption Project
Countries: Georgia
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International


Funded by: UNDP Country Office Georgia

 
     
 
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