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Crisis Responses and Corruption in Vulnerable Sectors

IATI Identifier: US-EIN-26-0126537-GI-ACE-EXT-2

Published on IATI
  • date_range Jul 15, 2022 - Sep 30, 2022
  • autorenew Closed (Status)

The research aims to assess the corruption risks that arise in the use of emergency powers; in relation to emergency procurement; in and development financing during emergencies. The research will highlight the gaps in our understanding of these issues and determine what future research ought to consider to make actions taken during emergencies less vulnerable to fraud and corruption. The research adopts a framework for analysis that examines the regulatory and policy landscape and practices, focusing on four dimensions: people, processes, challenges, and interventions. The five selected countries for this research study are: the United States, the United Kingdom, Hungary, South Africa, and Nigeria; along with the World Bank as a donor.

  • Anti-corruption organisations and institutions

Participating Organisations

Stellenbosch University Academic, Training and Research Implementing
Global Integrity International NGO Accountable
UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Government Funding


Transaction Value Provider
Type Date
32,950 USD Global Integrity Stellenbosch University Disbursement
date_range Sep 20, 2022
32,950 USD UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Global Integrity Incoming Funds
date_range Sep 20, 2022


32,950 USD
  • 32,950 USD (Valued at Jul 15, 2022)
    date_range Jul 15, 2022 - Sep 30, 2022
access_time Updated on Sep 07, 2023 20:03:07