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I. INTRODUCTION
A. The Meaning of Corruption
B. Containing Corruption: Who is Responsible?
C. Is There a Global Typology?
D. The Donors’ Interest in Tackling Corruption
E. Prevention. An Important Tool in Fighting Corruption
II. UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES OF THIS NEW GOVERNANCE STRATEGY
A. New Paradigms
B. Prevention through Increased Accountability
C. Raising Public Awareness
D. Broad Based Capacity Building to Strengthen all Pillars of Integrity
E. The Role of the National Integrity Unit in Integrating Reforms
F. The Champions of Reform
III. STRATEGY FOR BUILDING INTEGRITY
A. Local Ownership
B. Action Research
C. Action-Oriented Data Collection
IV. PREVENTION AND INTEGRITY TOOLS AND ACTIVITIES
A. Service Delivery Surveys (SDSs)
B. Integrity Surveys
C. National Integrity Workshops (NIWs)
D. Municipal and Sub-national Integrity Workshops
E. Special Integrity Workshops for Each Integrity Pillar
F. Action Plans
G. The Integrity Pledge
H. Islands of Integrity
I. The National Integrity Steering Committee
V. MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS
VI. CHALLENGES AHEAD
VII. CONCLUSION
VIII. BIBLIOGRAPHY
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