152 / 180

A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index.


25 / 100

A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean).

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Real lives, true stories: citizens taking action against corruption

Across the world people are taking action against corruption. Here are some of their stories.

Stealing Futures

Peter* was looking forward to collecting his four children's report cards at the end of the school year, but there were some crippling costs involved. If he didn't cough up, his children's futures could be at risk.

Transparency International’s Vice Chair Akere Muna appointed Sanctions Commissioner for the African Development Bank

Anti-corruption day around the world

This Sunday, 9 December, our movement and activists from around the world will celebrate International Anti-Corruption Day and show that together, corruption can be defeated.

L’éducation primaire publique coincée entre la mal gouvernance et un accès gratuit illusoire

South African primary education at risk because of poor governance

Lessons learned: primary education in Cameroon and South Africa

For the past three years Transparency International has been working in Cameroon and South Africa to identify where there are risks of corruption and where poor management leads to a breakdown in services. This is part of a larger programme to promote Transparency and Integrity in Service Delivery in Africa, (TISDA), which includes work in seven Sub-Saharan countries on education, health and water.

Cartographie des déficits de transparenceet d’intégrité dans l’éducation primaire au Cameroun

Mapping transparency and integrity deficits in primary education in Cameroon

Transparency International reçoit une contribution d’USD 6,9 millions de la Fondation Bill & Melinda Gates

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Transparency International Cameroon

Nouvelle Route Bastos, rue 1.839
PO Box 4562

T: +237 2220 60 22
E: [email protected]

Mr Roger Ngoh Yom
Executive Director

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