UNDP-ACIAC engages key stakeholders from all Arab countries with a primary emphasis on the project-signatory countries which currently include Djibouti, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia and Yemen. Key stakeholders include direct beneficiaries such as specialized anti-corruption bodies, key ministries, judicial authorities, audit institution and parliamentarians in addition to non-governmental stakeholders including businesses, civil society, and independent media, academic and research institutions across the region. The Project also partners with other leading organizations involved in supporting anti-corruption efforts in the region.

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Arab Region - Arab Anti-Corruption Organization show/hide
AACO, a non-profit independent civil institution, seeks to promote transparency and good governance in the Arab World. Through a multitude of programs and publications, the Organization strives to combat corruption and raise awareness of its damaging impact on political stability and socio-economic development.
Arab Region - Arab NGO Network for Development show/hide
ANND is a regional network, working in 10 Arab countries with 7 national networks and 23 NGO members. ANND was established in 1997 and its headquarters is located in Beirut, Lebanon since 2000. ANND aims at strengthening the role of civil society, enhancing the values of democracy, respect of human rights and sustainable development in the region. ANND advocates for more sound and effective socio-economic reforms in the region, which integrate the concepts of sustainable development, gender justice, and the rights-based approach.
Arab Region - Arab Region Parliamentarians Against Corruption show/hide
ARPAC, a regional non-profit insitution that seeks to bring together parliamentarians and activists and strengthen their knowlege on anti-corruption, transparency and Integrity. It was established on November 2004 in Beirut, during the regional conference on "Parliamentarians against Corruption: Improving Transparency and Accountability in the Arab Region'', supported by UNDP-POGAR. Its headquarters is located in Beirut with 9 national chapters established in Palestine, Yemen, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Bahrain, Morocco, Algeria and Egypt.
International - Center for International Private Enterprise show/hide
CIPE, an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, works with organizations around the world to build democracy through economic reform and private sector development. CIPE's current strategy focuses on combating corruption, promoting sound corporate governance measures and strengthening the role of women-owned businesses and women's business associations.
International - Deutsche Gesellschaft Fur Technische Zusammenarbeit show/hide
GTZ is a government-owned corporation for international cooperation with worldwide operations. GTZ key area is to support partner countries in the process of ratification and implementation of the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).
International - Global Integrity show/hide
Global Integrity is an independent, non-profit organization tracking governance and corruption trends around the world. Global Integrity works with local teams of researchers and journalists to monitor openness and accountability.
International - International Monetary Fund show/hide
IMF is an organization of 186 countries, working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world. The IMF places great emphasis on good governance when providing policy advice, financial support, and technical assistance to its member countries. The Fund's approach to combating corruption emphasizes prevention, concentrating on measures to strengthen governance and limiting the scope for corruption. The IMF promotes good governance by helping countries ensure the rule of law, improve the efficiency and accountability of their public sectors, and tackle corruption. It has also been involved in international efforts to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
International - Transparency International show/hide
TI is a global civil society organization leading the fight against corruption. Founded in 1993, TI raises awareness and diminishes apathy and tolerance of corruption, and devises and implements practical actions to address it. Transparency International is a global network including more than 90 locally established national chapters and chapters-in-formation. These bodies bring together relevant players from government, civil society, business and the media to promote transparency in elections, in public administration, in procurement and in business. TI’s global network of chapters and contacts also use advocacy campaigns to lobby governments to implement anti-corruption reforms. Since 1998, TI releases every year the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI ) that measures the perceived level of public-sector corruption in 180 countries and territories around the world.
International - U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre show/hide
Established in 2002, the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre assists donor practitioners in more effectively addressing corruption challenges through their development support. Through this extensive online resource centre,U4 guides users to relevant anti-corruption resources, including applied research and communicate the work of the U4 partner agencies through a searchable database of projects and initiatives. U4 also offers a Help Desk service and provide online as well as in-country training on anti-corruption measures and strategies for partner agencies and their counterparts.
Regional Non Arab - European Anti-Fraud Office show/hide
In order to strengthen the means of fraud prevention, the Commission therefore established within itself, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) by EC, ECSC Decision 1999/352 of 28 April 1999. The Office was given responsibility for conducting administrative anti-fraud investigations by having conferred on it a special independent status.
National Non Arab - Department for International Development show/hide
DFID is the part of the UK government that manages Britain's aid to poor countries and works to get rid of extreme poverty. It is led by a cabinet minister, one of the senior ministers in the government.
National Non Arab - Ministry of Foreign Affairs Netherlands show/hide
MinBuZa’s contribution to the fight against corruption included support for the debate on corruption in developing countries, measures taken by their governments to tackle corruption, and their further commitment to international anti-corruption frameworks. The effort to promote good governance and society building was effective.
National Non Arab - Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation show/hide
Norad is a directorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). NORAD responsible for fighting corruption through four main focus areas: competence and knowledge transfer regarding anti-corruption work for partners and partner countries, counseling in terms of international legislation coordinating international legislation and cooperation to fight, controlling the utilization of Norwegian development aid, and building the capacity of institutions fighting corruption in partner-countries.
National Non Arab - Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency show/hide
Sida is a government agency of the country of Sweden that channels its resources through NGOs, multilateral cooperation, and the EU, among others and is interested in promoting the idea of “international development cooperation” to replace the one-sided giving indicated by the term “assistance.” Sida seeks to create partnerships with companies, popular movements, organizations, universities, and government agencies for its development projects. Sida’s geographic focus is on countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Central and Eastern Europe. Fighting corruption is one of Sida’s most prioritized areas. Sida’s assignment from the Swedish government includes combating, and minimizing the risk of corruption.


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