As part of ADISS implementation, this document titled “Gaps in
Ghana's Anti-Corruption Legislation – 2016” has been developed to
supplement on-going advocacy against corruption. It contains a list of corrupt conduct that should either have been criminalized or, if already criminalized, is deemed inadequate (gaps in anti-corruption legislation) to deal with the offence more effectively.
The study is aimed at generating recommendations for anti-corruption advocacy to help deal with corruption in relation to the implementation of interventions towards achieving the SDGs 3, 4 & 16. This study focuses on the Corruption Risk Assessment (CRA) in Procurement as well as in interventions towards the achievement of SDGs 3, 4 and 16, aimed at producing recommendations to help curb corruption in the programmes and interventions in order to achieve these SDGs.
In fulfilment with GII’s anti-corruption mandate and recognising the critical importance of the private sector to the fight against corruption, GII received support from the UNODC to increase awareness of the private sector on the UNCAC and their role in fighting corruption and promoting integrity all their dealings.
GII Consortium Report on the Knowledge, Perceptions and Experiences of Corruption Survey