151 / 180

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


26 / 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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Lutte contre la corruption en Afrique: Du bon et du moins bon

La publication de la dernière édition de l’Indice de perception de la corruption (IPC) offre un bon point de repère pour situer les efforts de lutte contre la corruption que l’Union africaine (UA) poursuivra tout au long de 2018

A redefining moment for Africa

The newly released Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) provides a good baseline for the African Union (AU) anti-corruption efforts in 2018. This year’s theme for the AU is “Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation.” As the AU rolls out its plan, this is an important moment for Africa to take stock of the current situation.

Gender-responsive work on land and corruption: a practical guide

Investigative journalism: uncovering corruption

Nominations for the 2016 One World Media Reporting Corruption Award are now open.

People and corruption: Africa survey 2015

Transparency International Uganda condemns the murder of Joan Kagezi

Can technology help African women to fight corruption?

Our recent hackathon in Nairobi finds women at the crossroads of communication technology and anti-corruption work.

Aid robbed in Uganda: what can be done?

International donors have pulled funds from Uganda in the wake of corruption allegations. What can be done to better ensure aid?

What can journalists do to fight corruption in the water sector?

Corruption in the water sector hits poor and marginalised people the hardest, but often goes unreported. Networks of water journalists are beginning to change that, with help from our Kenyan chapter and the Water Integrity Network.

Uganda tops East Africa in corruption

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Transparency International Uganda

Plot 3 Martyrs Lane Ntinda, Ministers village
P.O Box 24335,

T: +256 414 255836 / +256 392 001 177
E: [email protected]

Mr Peter Wandera
Executive Director

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