This mapping exercise has found that the availability of empirical research and diagnostic data is varied in sub-Saharan Africa. Some countries do not yet have dedicated or tailored measurement tools apart from tools developed by international organisations such as the World Bank, while others have mplemented several governance and corruption assessments. However, overall a diverse range of tools both in type as well as in objectives and impact has emerged. At the international level there is growing supply of cross-country instruments and extensive empirical work is conducted. Another important trend is the increased efforts to measure governance and corruption initiated at the country level or in the context of multi-country initiatives. For example, in Kenya this mapping has located seven in-depth country-specific measurement tools and six other multi-country initiatives.
Fuente: Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD)