Holistic approach benefits Malawi anti-corruption efforts
Our programme of work in Malawi, led by the International Centre for Asset Recovery with funding support from the UK Department for International Development, has been expanded to complement its original focus on corruption investigations and the recovery of stolen assets with prevention components.
These include assistance with a review of the national anti-corruption strategy, fresh engagements with the private sector and training on research methods and corruption risk assessment strategies.
Experts from Basel Institute’s divisions for Collective Action, Compliance and Public Governance will be involved in the newly expanded programme, which highlights the success of our integrated, multi-faceted approach to combating corruption.
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