Haitians fighting corruption

Marilyn Allien, the head of Transparency International’s chapter in Haiti just gave an interview on their work, including the hotline they set up to receive complaints. Read the full interview on AlertNet.

Earlier this month marked two years since a massive earthquake devastated the country. Read Marilyn’s blog marking the day, and describing the corruption aftershocks the Haitians still suffer.

Transparency International aid monitoring in Haiti builds on the Handbook of Good Practices for Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations. The Pocket Guide is now available in English, French, Arabic, Portuguese and Spanish.

Totally unrelated news…
Also new online: a blog from Transparency International UK about revolving doors and special interest lobbying. Read it on The Independent‘s blog.

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