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Designing successful anti-corruption programs

What goes into designing a successful anti-corruption initiative, especially in those countries that are considered highly corrupt? How do you develop a realistic strategy for a project? Formulate attainable goals? Determine local aptitude? Tailor supporting activities? Set measurable targets? What makes anti-corruption projects different from other development or democracy projects? This lecture provides lessons learned and tips on best practices in engaging key stakeholders in a constructive and sustainable approach to work together toward curbing corruption. This lecture provides the foundation for developing a successful program and honing project management skills based on 10 concrete, practical and proven pillars.

This lecture is intended for international development professionals familiar with the principles of rule of law and institutional development.


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