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Realising the MDGs by 2015: Anti-corruption in Peru

This set of three studies (Bangladesh, Peru and Ghana) explores countries’ experiences with advancing towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The MDGs are a set of goals aimed at making significant progress by 2015 on key development areas, including poverty, education and health. This study provides a window into how anti-corruption activities can positively support sustained advances in achieving the MDGs in Peru. It demonstrates how civil society actors are working towards combating corruption in service delivery – a practice that severely compromises a country’s ability to provide basic services and meet the MDGs.