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CIPE prioritizes combatting corruption because it is often at the heart of a nation’s systemic challenges. The top ten countries on the global corruption index run the gamut of the world’s most troubled zones: Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, Yemen, Afghanistan, Libya and Iraq. Perhaps this list surprises no one. Characterized by decades-long dictatorships and/or… Read More

Health care professionals in Egypt conduct a stakeholder analysis to help spell out governance principles for Egyptian hospitals. A hip replacement in the United States, paid for out-of-pocket (i.e., without health insurance), would cost anywhere from $11,000 to $125,000, depending on what hospital you go to, according to a 2013 survey of 100 hospitals featured… Read More

  Anti-corruption suggestion box in kenya (Source: Flickr user lauren_pressly) Transparency International last week released its annual report, which suggests that Kenya is losing the battle against corruption. According to the report, Kenya ranked 154 out of 182 countries surveyed, indicating that both Kenya and Zimbabwe, who are tied, are at the bottom of the… Read More