Silent and lethal: how quiet corruption undermines Africa's development efforts: an assay drawn from African Development Indicators ADI-2010

Auteur(s) : World Bank

Organisation : World Bank

Editeur : Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2010

Pages :

xii-29 p.

This year's Africa Development Indicators essay sheds light on "quiet corruption" - when public servants fail to deliver services or inputs that have been paid for by the government. The most prominent examples are absentee teachers in public schools and absentee doctors in primary clinics. The report features data and research on quiet corruption in the health, education, and agriculture sectors.

  • Corruption, Absentéisme, Développement économique et social, Gestion de l'éducation, Administration centrale, Santé, Secteur public, Enseignants
  • Afrique