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National Anti-Corruption Strategy in Tanzania

Tanzania has demonstrated and sustained its commitment to fight corruption since the early days of independence, as indicated by the launching of a National Anti-Corruption Strategy in December 2006. However, efforts to date haven’t always yielded the expected impact. The challenge is now to build on strengths (political leadership and ownership of reforms) and opportunities (country commitment to regional and international treaties such as the UNCAC), while promoting effective participation of civil society and coalition building at the implementation stage of the process.
14 May 2007
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(2007) National Anti-Corruption Strategy in Tanzania. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer )

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