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Handbook of Good Practices: Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations, cover

Corruption in humanitarian aid is among the most egregious forms of corruption, as it deprives the most vulnerable people of essential life-saving resources.

Our Handbook of Good Practices (also available as a pocket guide) compiles a range of practical advice that can be used to fight corruption in humanitarian operations. The books are available in several formats and translations. Follow these links for more detail:

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