Enhance Integrity and Reduce Corruption in State and Private Business Sector
Targeted groups and benefciaries:
Civil society organizations (50)
State-owned enterprises (120)
Private business representatives (150)
Business chambers and networks
State-owned enterprises and private companies were never systematically included in corruption prevention activities in the country. This situation resulted in poor transparency and accountability of state-owned enterprises, abuse of public resources for personal gains, use of state-owned enterprises for employment of party members , increased borrowing by state-owned enterprises, and hindering the development of private companies.
“Integrity and anti-corruption in business sector” is an action that will strengthen civil society’s impact on decreasing corruption in the business sector by improving transparency, accountability and integrity of state-owned enterprises and increasing private sector’s participationin the fight against corruption.
This is a project supported and funded by the European Union.
Decreasing corruption in the business sector by collective action of all relevant in-country actors from the public sector, the private sector and the civil society.
- Identifcation of corruptiongenerators at state-owned enterprises
- Development of tool/indicators oncorruption risk assessment at state- owned enterprises
- Recommendations for legislativechanges to increase transparency,accountability and integrity of SOEs
- Strengthened capacity of up to150 private business representatives on preventing and combating corruption
- Established support mechanism and compliance and anti-corruption tools for theprivate business sector
- Established core of advocacy CSOs which use research and monitoring for decreasingcorruption in the business sector
- Initiated public-privatedialogue for cross-sector approaches for prevention andcombating corruption