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Following the ICAI’s report on DfID’s approach to anti-corruption and its impact on the poor, TI-UK Trustee Jeff Kaye discusses two problems that he feels need to be addressed: Government inactivity and aid dependency.

The Independent Commission on Aid Impact has today published a report on ‘DFID’s Approach to Anti-Corruption and its Impact on the Poor‘ that gives DFID an amber/red score. The solution is not to stop giving aid. Instead, we must seek to reform institutions and deter and punish corrupt individuals.

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