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See a short film created by Ghanaian widows evicted from their land who decided to organise and challenge official indifference.
Is enough being done to engage women in anti-corruption work? What can be done to help women fight corruption?
For years teachers at a senior high school in Ghana reportedly demanded bribes of around US$35 from students in exchange for helping them pass their final exams.
We surveyed 3,000 businesspeople in 30 countries about corruption. Our interactive tool reveals the results.
Thirty per cent of Ghanaians live on less than US$1.25 per day
This week the most powerful aid decision-makers from across the world meet at the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Busan, South Korea, to discuss the future of how money will be given. What they decide affects the destinies of the millions of people that rely on this help to survive, which is why it is important that the issue of corruption in aid is addressed head on.