UN Taskforce Issues 'Blistering' Report on Corruption in DR Congo

The 70-page draft review - circulated last month to aid officials working in Congo and obtained by The New Humanitarian - looks at everything from corruption within the Ebola response to how women and girls are subjected to sexual exploitation. It also details how donor funds are siphoned off and how aid recipients ultimately lose out.


A child plays near a UN vehicle in 2014 in Beni in North Kivu province, where issues of fraud have become magnified since 2018 due to an Ebola outbreak.

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