Non-corruption as a Component of Good Governance
The Bank's Anti-Corruption Work With Countries
In recent years, the Bank has lent more than $5 billion a year to help
countries build efficient and accountable public sector institutions.
Governance and anti-corruption measures are addressed in Country
Assistance Strategies, the Bank's medium-term country-level business plans.
This helps spotlight not only governance shortcomings but what the
government and the Bank are doing to address these issues.
Its governance programs promote:
Public expenditure management;
Civil services reform;
Administration, decentralization, e-government and public services delivery.
About the World Bank and Anti-Corruption
The Bank's anti-corruption strategy has "four pillars":
Preventing fraud and corruption in Bank-financed projects and programs;
helping countries that request assistance in combating corruption;
mainstreaming a concern for corruption directly into country analysis and lending decisions;
contributing to international efforts to fight corruption.…
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