Developing an anti-corruption and transparency programme
131 countries have made no significant progress against corruption in the last decade.
In 2022, we were commissioned by the UK chapter of Transparency International to support the development of a global anti-corruption and transparency programme.
The concept development focused on the need to ensure that governments commit to and put in place anti-corruption and transparency mechanisms, and that civil society organisations have the capacity and skills to hold governments to account.
We consulted with Transparency International chapters in Uganda, Kenya, Jordan and Palestine and worked alongside the UK team to develop an overarching Theory of Change, working to both align the programme with TI-UK’s wider portfolio as well as those of external funders.