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How do you make sure that the money you invest in a country prone to corruption is not embezzled but spent according to intent? How do we make sure that our funds are used for meaningful investments in health, education and good governance, and do not disappear into private pockets? This discussion is very topical for international development cooperation agencies as they work in most of the countries that score poorly on the available corruption indices.

Below please find an article written by Mr Oskar Karnebäck, former Swedish representative on CBC’s Subcommittee 1, presently working for the OECD.