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Guest blogger Shalni Arora looks at corruption’s impact in the healthcare sector, and reflects on what it means for both the achievement of the new development goals as well as universal health coverage.

Corruption affects millions of people, and is deeply linked to inequality and underdevelopment around the world. Yet rooting out corruption should not just be the priority and duty of the developing country. Countries like the UK have a major role to play.

To ensure research and development of medical treatments becomes more transparent, Transparency International UK is pleased to support the AllTrials campaign calling for all past and present clinical trials to be registered and their results reported.

Managing Director of Publish What You Fund David Hall-Matthews blogs about the 2013 Aid Transparency Index (ATI) and how it should be used in the global fight against poverty.

A new study on donor transparency shows that many aid agencies are not putting into practice the levels of disclosure that they typically demand from the governments which receive their money. Produced by Publish What You Fund, the global campaign for aid transparency, the study compiles an index to see how different donor agencies measure-up when it comes to opening up their own books on how much aid they give, where and what for.

 

Corruption can manifest itself in several stages of a conflict. In the 1980’s it was one of the initial drivers of conflict in Burundi, Guatemala and El Salvador. In all three, corruption catalysed a wide range of grievances against the central government by various social groups. Corruption can also thrive after the conflict has ended, preying on weak institutions which have not been allowed to fully form and develop.

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