Managing the risks of corruption in humanitarian relief operations

Research reports and studies
March 2005
Barnaby Willitts-King and Paul Harvey

Based on a review of available documents and interviews with 15 individuals representing a range of views from donors, observers and operational agencies, this report studies corruption in the humanitarian relief context. The paper describes the types of corruption risks and it looks at how to minimise the risks of aid diversion and corruption whilst still responding to acute needs on the basis of a humanitarian imperative.

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