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  • Newspaper

    Expenditure tracking surveys can fight corruption



    Dennis Arroyo - MQ7Money

    Hace unos años, la corrupción en la educación pública era tan acusada que la ratio era de un libro de texto por cada cuatro niños. Hoy en día se están llevando a cabo varias reformas y agrupaciones municipales está siguiendo muy de cerca los manuales escolares.

  • Newspaper

    ADB blacklists 37 companies for corruption



    Boris Demidov - Asian Development Bank

    Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) has blacklisted 37 companies from dealings with it for up to 10 years for violating the bank's anti-corruption code. The bank does not disclose the identities of those it debars. It banned 34 firms for one to seven years and three firms for 10 years from competing for ADB contracts. Fourteen individuals were banned indefinitely and 17 for periods ranging from one to seven years.

  • Robbed: an investigation of corruption in Philippine education

    The Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) provides a classic case of corruption in the Philippines. Nearly all forms of corruption described in academic texts can be found in the department: from low-level bureaucratic corruption to high...

    Chua, Yvonne T.

    Quezon City (Philippines), PCIJ, 1999

  • G-Watch guide: your partner in monitoring government programs

    This guidebook has no intention of drowning you in an ocean of pessimism. It is designed to hellp you understand that virtually anyone can contribute in preventing corruption. It serves as an instrument that will teach you how to participate in the...

    Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific

    Manila, ANSA-EAP, 2010

  • Why is procurement important? (Factsheet)

    In the 1990s corruption was rampant in the Department of Education in the Philippines. The department was unable to deliver the most basic services to its 18 million public school students. Unqualified bidders were over-pricing their school text...

    OECD. Development Assistance Committee

    Paris, OECD, 2006

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