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Call for Feedback on the PTF-OSF Study on How to Expand and Adequately Fund Civil Society Organization Engagement in the Implementation of the $93 Billion IDA20 Program

The largest concessional lending program for the world’s poorest countries now needs to boost the roles of and funding for civil society in helping governments deliver results with accountability in the projects it funds says Partnership for Transparency (PTF). Implementation of the largest ever 20th replenishment of the World Bank’s…...

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Eliminating Sextortion Must Be the Goal – But How?

Needed – Zero-Tolerance Policies for Sexual Abuses By: Frank Vogl, Board Chair, Partnership for Transparency December 12, 2022 Professor Purna Sen does not use weasel words and vague phrases when discussing sexual abuse and sextortion. She does not argue that we must seek gradual change or aim to just curb…...

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Extension of the Increasing the Integrity of Public Procurement Project in Moldova

In September 2022, PTF was granted an extension of the Increasing the Integrity of Public Procurement Project in Moldova through June 2025. With additional time and funding, PTF and local partner IDIS Viitorul plan to: • continue supporting and funding civil society organization (CSO) monitoring of public procurement; • establish…...

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PTF Partners with Poder Ciudadano to Continue to Monitor Procurement in Argentina’s Health Sector

Last month, the Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF) and Poder Ciudadano officially signed a grant agreement for a project entitled “Recovery with Integrity: Promoting Integrity in the National Immunization Health System Post-COVID 19.”...

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Fifth Edition: Monitoring Moldova’s Public Procurement

The June issue of Monitoring Moldova's Public Procurement details the benefits and risks involved in the draft amendment to the Public Procurement Act registered in Parliament, how many procurements were concluded in 2021, the most frequent violations in terms of public procurement, and the conditions to be respected in the…...

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From Moscow to Miami: How Dirty Money Corrupts Global Financial Systems

Global reliance on Russian oil has brought to light the challenges posed by financial corruption in Moscow, however, PTF Board Chair Frank Vogl claims that this problem extends beyond Russia and into the West....

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