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Regional Conference Public Service Delivery in Arab Countries: Corruption Risks and Possible Responses

UN Agencies - Friday, September 30, 2011

The conference was concluded on 30 September 2011 under the high patronage of H.E. the President of the Tunisian Republic and with the participation of delegates from 8 Arab countries including high-level officials and representatives from civil society organisations, the private sector and international organizations. The sessions discussed the important challenges of public service delivery in Arab countries, including corruption and poor governance mechanisms. The sessions also explored in depth the role of various stakeholders in overcoming those challenges and discussed some experiences assessing corruption risks in public services delivery. The Conference explored the complex and diverse corruption risks and challenges in the health, water and education sectors, and formulate comprehensive approaches and specific solutions that draw on international standards and comparative experiences while taking the national and local contexts into consideration.
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