In spite of monumental investments made in global health over the past decades, Universal Health Coverage remains a distant goal - in part due to pervasive corruption in health systems. Join ACE, LSHTM and Transparency International to discuss.
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Jibrin Ibrahim of CDD Lagos reflects on applying ACE's unique approach to combatting corruption in Nigeria in an opinion piece in Nigeria's Premium Times.
Pallavi Roy delves into Nigeria's power privatisation programme - and whether it has been derailed by corruption. Are off-grid options the solution for SMEs left stranded by dysfunction in the power sector?
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission of Nigeria has been one of the more vocal - and at times controversial - anti-corruption agencies in Africa. This Working Paper seeks to analyse the effectiveness of the EFCC.
A Working Paper examining the dynamics of corruption and rule-breaking in West African and Nigerian health systems.
A Briefing Paper discussing possible future scenarios for evolution of the political settlement in Nigeria.
Fortunata Makene is Head of Strategic Research and Publications at the Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania. She tells us about her work in social protection and human rights.
This week, we meet Idayat Hassan, Director of CDD West Africa, based in Abuja. As part of the ACE Research Consortium Idayat is reviewing the effectiveness of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Nigeria, and scenario planning for its future combatting corruption. We find out what brought her to this work.
The media sector in Nigeria is a vibrant platform for political opinion and debate. But how does media reporting reflect, interact with and impact on corruption and anti-corruption in Nigeria, particularly around elections?
This Working Paper, by Dr. Pallavi Roy, analyses the political and economic context to anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria, both historically and today.