CDD Series: Transparency and Accountability

11 October 2019

"The comparative advantage of Community Driven Development (CDD) projects when it comes to controlling corruption is that they can harness social controls… to complement the more standard tools of development project oversight…. However, the risk of corruption can be high unless both formal and informal control systems are carefully designed and monitored" (Institute for State Effectiveness, 2019).

Publisher: Institute for State Effectiveness

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Categories: Report, Tools of Democracy