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New blog! Tackling Corruption in Governments’ COVID-19 Health Responses

In a recent blog "Tackling Corruption in Governments’ COVID-19 Health Responses", Aneta Wierzynska (Global Fund), David Clarke (WHO), Mark DiBiase and Anga Timilsina (UNDP), and Srinivas Gurazada (World Bank) (members of the upcoming ACTA for Health Alliance) highlight the increased risk of corruption in the context of the COVID19 pandemic and the negative consequences corruption might have - preventing resources from reaching those most in needs and affecting public trust in public institutions. The blog, available here, provides a number of solutions to address those risks of corruption and ensure the COVID19 response is based on the principles of transparency, accountability and openess. 


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