Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Brief Examining Corruption, Global Health
Kaiser Family Foundation: Corruption and Global Health: Summary of a Policy Roundtable
A new Kaiser Family Foundation brief explores what is known and understood about how corruption overseas affects U.S. global health programs, including the challenges in measuring and quantifying the problem. The brief summarizes a roundtable discussion of experts convened by the foundation. Key themes of the discussion included how more could be done to reduce global health corruption through coordinated policies and programs, and how the U.S. government and other stakeholders could use a proactive, preventive approach when addressing corruption (5/8).
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