Corruption Perceptions Index 2017

Rank

157 / 180

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index. Learn more.

Score

22 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). Learn more.

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Corruption Clinic

Established to increase health access for Zimbabwe’s poor and vulnerable, clinics like these are supposed to offer a range of free services to children and the elderly; and affordable treatment for others. But the reality can look different.

Corruption in the classroom: Stories from around the world

Whether it’s the poorest shut out from school, or research skewed by lobbyists, the cost of corruption in education is high.

Restoring hope

Fadzai’s aunt managed to save enough money to buy the child a school uniform. Little did she know at the time, that was the start of her troubles.

Cambodia and Zimbabwe: when elections are compromised

Recent elections in Cambodia and Zimbabwe highlight the influence of leaders who have been in power for many years.

Zimbabwe: free and fair elections?

When Zimbabweans go to the polls on 31 July, there is little chance that the elections will be free and fair.

Working together

I had given up hope of ever being a house-owner because I cannot afford the informal rates being charged

International Women’s Day: profiles of women fighting corruption

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we're highlighting women corruption fighters around the world.

Do we need women-specific anti-corruption projects?

Is enough being done to engage women in anti-corruption work? What can be done to help women fight corruption?

Anti-corruption day around the world

This Sunday, 9 December, our movement and activists from around the world will celebrate International Anti-Corruption Day and show that together, corruption can be defeated.

Dream job

Far away from home after responding to a recruitment advertisement, Leeroy soon learned that he was expected to work for food and accommodation rather than a salary

Chapter Info

Transparency International Zimbabwe

96 Central Avenue
Harare, Zimbabwe

T: +263 4 793 246
F: +263 4 793 247
E: tiz@tizim.org
Website: http://www.tizim.org

Mr Richard Makoni
Board Chair

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