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→ Transparency and accountability ensure that socio-economic support reaches those most in need.

Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in massive financial investments in the public health sector and the launch of emergency support packages and economic and social safety nets to offset the socio-economic consequences. These have generated unprecedented opportunities for corruption to flourish many times due to pre-existing vulnerabilities and weaknesses in governance systems and public service delivery in national frameworks.

Recovering with integrity requires the involvement of a diverse range of actors, including parliamentarians, policymakers, anti-corruption bodies, civil society and the private sector, in enhancing oversight and accountability over policymaking, emergency support packages  along with more transparent public procurement at a national level.


Integrate transparency, accountability and anti-corruption measures in emergency response packages and public health procurement:

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