Collective Resolution to Enhance Accountability and Transparency in Emergencies: Southern Somalia Report

Filed under - Humanitarian assistance

Report published 13 December 2016
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This report presents findings from the southern Somalia case study for the Collective Resolution to Enhance Accountability and Transparency in Emergencies (CREATE) initiative, led by Transparency International. The goal of the study was to produce an evidence base concerning corruption risks and prevention and mitigation measures in relation to the implementation of humanitarian assistance in southern Somalia. In its mapping of corruption risks, the study both describes perceived risks, as perceived by the stakeholders consulted, as well as specific examples of corruption. It also captures many of the good-practice mitigation measures being utilised. It was not, however, an investigation of any individual agency or group of agencies; nor does it attempt to quantify or estimate the overall percentage of losses due to corruption.

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Country / Territory - Somalia   
Region - Sub-Saharan Africa   
Topic - Accountability   |   Advocacy   |   Civil society   |   Governance   |   Humanitarian assistance   |   Politics and government   |   Poverty and development   |   Tools   |   Transparency International   
Tags - Africa   |   Southern Somalia   |   Somalia   

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