Consultancy to undertake a Study on the Cost of Corruption on Children in Africa

Entry Date May 02 2018 // Employment

Recognizing the insufficiency of evidence on the correlation between corruption and children’s rights and welfare in Africa, the group of child-focused agencies (CFAs) working with the African Union have decided to commission a study to assess the social and economic cost of corruption on children in Africa. The study will be the first step in a series of research steps to build evidence to inform advocacy for action by African countries to address the impact of corruption on children. The study will map the key existing knowledge on the issue to act as a basis for further research.

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