Cartographie des risques de corruption dans le secteur de l’éducation en Guinée

Author(s) : Muriel Poisson


Notes : 2021 | 69p.

Mapping corruption risks within the education sector in Guinea: evaluation and integrity

This report, conducted by the UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) at the request of the National Anti-Corruption Agency (ANLC) of the Republic of Guinea, presents the key findings of a corruption risk mapping exercise within the Guinean education sector.

This mapping is based on a review of existing documentation on the education sector, as well as in-depth interviews with key stakeholders involved in primary and secondary education, technical and vocational education, and with Higher Education.

The report presents a detailed analysis of corruption risks in five major areas including: information, financing, staff management, public procurement and examinations. A series of recommendations are set out, which aim to improve ethics, transparency and accountability in each of these areas.

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  • Series :
    Ethics and corruption in education
  • Document language : French