That’s why we’re working in partnership with partners like TRAFFIC
in the Targeting Natural Resource Corruption
project supported by USAID
to findnew ways of tackling corruption and improving wildlife, fisheries and forests governance in the places where it matters most.
Together we’re harnessing existing knowledge, delivering new thought leadership, researching effective approaches, and setting up anti-corruption missions to tackle corruption at scale.
In areas prone to corruption, we need to strengthen governance to prevent problems arising in the first place.
We also need to increase our understanding through better monitoring and risk assessment, and improve intelligence sharing between national and international enforcement and intelligence agencies.
And we need to encourage citizens and businesses to speak up and report corruption when they encounter it.