Evaluating and Monitoring Anticorruption Reforms and Programs: Reports on a High-Level Panel Discussion and Training Workshop
Strengthening governance systems and institutional capacities supports effective, timely, and corruption-free delivery of public services.
An event called Evaluating and Monitoring Anticorruption Reforms and Programs held at the ADB headquarters in the Philippines on 21-23 March 2016 discussed how corruption can be addressed effectively. The event helped develop a common understanding of methodologies for monitoring and evaluating anticorruption projects and programs, examined existing and potential anticorruption strategies to mitigate corruption risks using the Philippines as a case study, and formulated concrete recommendations on how to improve corruption risk mitigation measures in Asia and the Pacific.
- Part I: Report on High-Level Panel Discussion
- Part II: Report on the Training Workshop on Evaluating and Monitoring Anticorruption Reforms and Programs