Donor agencies are increasingly vigilant for signs of corruption or other abuses in the projects and programmes they fund, no matter what aid modality is in question or who the implementer or recipient of the funds may be. This includes non- overnmental organisations (NGOs), which are often seen as preferred implementation partners because of their closer ties to communities, particularly in contexts where state infrastructure is lacking, or due to the perception that they are less corrupt than the governments of beneficiary countries. But NGOs are not immune to fraud and corruption.

Fuente: Anti-corruption Resource Centre – U4

Año: 2011

Idioma: Inglés