Corruption has modernized, so should anticorruption initiatives

The World Bank’s commitment to helping countries control corruption dates to 1996 20038907351_4a3e9c5c97_kwhen then President James Wolfensohn made his “cancer of corruption” speech. It was the first time the issue was given such prominence by a World Bank President and put squarely on the agenda of the institution.

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eC2: Support to Reforms and Governance in the Health Sector in Ukraine Consulting services: Independent Anticorruption Capacity Development and Monitoring for the SPIH project

Deadline: 12-May-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) medical-appointment-doctor-healthcare-clinic-health-hospital-medicine[7]

Independent Anticorruption Capacity Development and Monitoring for the SPIH project

The preference will be given to local NGOs or consortiums of NGOs and non-for-profit organizations, but participation from other types of organizations is not limited.

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