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Measuring and Evaluating Corruption

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Measuring and evaluating corruption is a challenging and controversial undertaking. Nevertheless, donors, practitioners, government officials, NGOs, and other stakeholders continue to be interested in measuring corruption in order to evaluate progress associated with an anti-corruption strategy or to better understand corruption trends in a country.

One example of an effort to measure and evaluate corruption is Uganda’s Data Tracking Mechanism project. This multi-donor effort involves the creation of a corruption monitoring and evaluation system. Directed by Uganda’s Inspectorate of Government and operated by a university-related NGO, the effort promotes ownership and sustainability. The early signs for the project are positive, and have resulted in similar initiatives in other African countries. Below is information on the Uganda Data Tracking Mechanism project.

 



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