Can East Africa Sustain Its Promising Anti-Corruption Efforts?

National and regional anti-corruption efforts show that the state can equitably distribute resources, improve service delivery and create an enabling environment for economic development. These efforts should be binding to enable the AU to impose sanctions or compel compliance by all member states, writes Duncan E Omondi Gumba and Charity Musembi for the Institute for Security Studies.

A banner outside the Kenya's Ministry of Health, warning against corruption.


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