NGOs Don't Pay Bribes
Mango is supporting NGOs around the world to prevent bribery in their operations and work together more effectively to combat corruption.
Anti-Bribery Conference 10-11 September 2012, Nairobi
We recently organised a key conference in Nairobi on anti-bribery attended by 60 participants from NGOs. We are aiming to support the development of a network of NGOs in the region working on a range of actions to combat corruption. To download the report and view some of the other outputs click here.
View the video of John Githongo, CEO of Inuka Kenya Trust and renowned anti-corruption campaigner, where he talks about why fighting bribery is so important for NGOs.
Anti-Bribery Principles and Guidance for NGOs
The Anti-Bribery Principles and Guidance for NGOs was developed by Mango and Transparency International UK working with a group of NGOs through Bond, the UK umbrella network for INGOs.
NGOs share their Bribe Stories
One key step NGOs can take in combatting corruption is to talk about it and share experience with other NGOs. We are acting as a forum for NGOs to share their perosnla bribe stories in an anonymous way that enables NGOS to learn form each other expereince and better understand bribery risks.
To read others bribe stories or share your own, click here.
Mango Anti-bribery session at Inside NGO Conference 1 August 2012
Read about what happened when Mango ran a session on anti-bribery for NGOs at the Inside NGO Conference on 1 August 2012.