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  • Combatting corruption in education on a global front

    Muriel Poisson

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  • Launch of the ETICO website

    IIEP-UNESCO

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  • Integrity and transparency in education in Bangladesh

    News

    Representatives from the education and health sectors, and donor agencies working in both sectors in Bangladesh, expressed genuine determination to address corruption at the three-day workshop on Strengthening integrity and transparency in the education and health sectors in Bangladesh, held in Savar, Bangladesh from 31 March to 2 April 2014.

  • Achieving transparency in pro-poor education incentives

    What are the best ways to ensure that scholarships, conditional cash transfers, free school meals, and so on, actually reach their intended beneficiaries? This book assumes that different models of design, targeting, and management of pro-poor...

    Poisson, Muriel

    Paris, UNESCO, 2014

  • Governance in education: transparency and accountability matters

    This book presents an international review of initiatives aimed at improving transparency and accountability in the management of education in a variety of domains, including: education financing, teacher appointment and transfer, teacher conduct...

    Hallak, Jacques, Poisson, Muriel

    Battaramulla, Ministry of Education, Sri Lanka, 2013

  • Tools to fight corruption at your school

    The Corruption Watch schools campaign started at the beginning of the 2013 academic year. Monitoring of schools was a major focus for us in 2013 - through 2012, from our launch in January up to the beginning of the schools campaign we had received...

    Corruption Watch (South Africa)

    Johannesburg, Corruption Watch, 2013

  • Newspaper

    India's immense "food theft" scandal

    India

    Geeta Pandey - BBC News

    Massive quantities of food grains and fuel, meant to be distributed through the public distribution system or to be given to the poor under welfare schemes like food-for-work and school meals for poor children, have been stolen over the years and sold on the open market.

  • Newspaper

    UPE is primarily meant for poor families

    Uganda

    Ofwono Opondo - New Vision

    The President has denied the claim of schools to charge monetary lunch fee for pupils under the Universal Primary Education (UPE), arguing that this program was conceived for poor families that could not afford additional fees. Besides, he declared that the pay of un-necessary amounts of money will create additional barriers to the free UPE as the ones that already exist; expensive uniforms, books, tours and others items.

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