Evaluation Brief

Joint Evaluation of Support to Anti-Corruption Efforts

Published: 27 November 2012 Updated: 23 May 2014

This evaluation aims to identify best practices for work against corruption. It investigates the policies and practices by the following donor agencies: the Swedish Agency for Development Cooperation, the Asian Development Bank, the UK Department for International Development, the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and the Danish International Development Agency, who have jointly commissioned the evaluation.

It seeks to shed light on the following four questions:

- Are donor approaches responsive to country circumstances?

- How effective have donor interventions been in fostering institutional M&E mechanisms to fight corruption?

- How effective have donor interventions been in fostering a culture of openness and supporting progress in the area of transparency, ethics and public reporting?

- How effective have donor interventions been in dealing with the forms of corruption affecting poor people and women in particular?

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