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GAC in Projects Database

Search the database for current and past GAC-related projects and diagnostic activities across regions and sectors. It identifies good practice tools and approaches that can provide practical examples for practitioners. Learn More »

about gac in projects

The goal of the GAC in Projects initiative is to improve project development outcomes by identifying and promoting good practices in governance and anti-corruption. We aim to provide practical guidance based on experience and to proactively share this with Bank task teams, clients, and other development partners.

GAC IN PROJECTS KEY RESOURCES

Access some of the most important resources for task teams seeking to address GAC issues throughout the project cycle. Learn More »

RISK ASSESSMENT

Assessing GAC risks is an integral part of the project preparation and implementation phase. Click here to learn more about Value Chain Analysis, Political Economy Analysis and other useful risk assessment tools »

RISK MITIGATION / SMART PROJECT DESIGN

Task Teams can use a variety of tools to address GAC risks in their project.
Follow this link to access practical How-To-Notes, Good Practice Project Examples and other resources »

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION / SUPERVISION

How do you supervise projects with high corruption risks? What should you do if you suspect corruption in your project? Click here for practical advice and other resources »

community

We are setting up a GAC in Projects Community of Practice. If you would like to receive updates, event announcements and other information relating to governance and anticorruption at the project level, email us.

upcoming Events

september 09, 2010
BBL on Political Economy Analysis, Washington DC (details TBA)

contacts

- For GAC in Projects related inquiries, contact the GAC IP Core group
- Head GAC in Projects Working Group: Ivor Beazley
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For website and content related inquiries, contact: Stephan Eggli




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