UK Department for International Development
Strengthening Transnational Responses to Countering Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption and Organised Crime in Africa (CIFFS)
Project Data Last Updated: 22/07/2020
IATI Identifier: GB-1-204227
The UK will provide £15 million between 2016 and 2021 to strengthen transnational responses to illicit financial flows, corruption and crime through a Regional Facility for Strengthening Transnational Responses to Countering Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption and Organised Crime in Africa’ (Countering Illicit Flows - Facility for Africa – CIFFs Facility) The programme will deliver the UK’s Aid Strategy with its core objective of ‘strengthening global peace, security and governance’ and pledge to ‘invest more to tackle the causes of instability, insecurity and conflict, and to tackle crime and corruption.’ It will also contribute to the UK’s commitments under SDG 16.4, which commits the UK by 2030 to ‘significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, strengthen the recovery and return of stolen assets and combat all forms of organized crime’.
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