Collection

Anti-corruption strategies by country

This series brings together all documents relating to Anti-corruption strategies by country

Dfid published anti-corruption strategies for all of the countries we work with in January 2013. The strategies explain how, in each country, DFID will safeguard UK taxpayers’ money, deal with corruption and reduce the impact of corruption on development over the next 3 years.

Documents

  1. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for India
  2. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Pakistan
  3. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Ethiopia
  4. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Nigeria
  5. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Somalia
  6. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Burma
  7. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Sierra Leone and Liberia
  8. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Democratic Republic of Congo
  9. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Zambia
  10. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Central Asia
  11. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Rwanda
  12. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for South Sudan
  13. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Tanzania
  14. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Kenya
  15. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Zimbabwe
  16. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Yemen
  17. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Afghanistan
  18. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Ghana
  19. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for South Africa
  20. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Sudan
  21. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Bangladesh
  22. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Mozambique
  23. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Uganda
  24. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Malawi
  25. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Vietnam
  26. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for Nepal
  27. DFID's Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Palestinian Programme
Published 31 January 2013