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To enhance technical capacity and coordination of key Malawian law enforcement agencies including the Anti-Corruption Bureau, Director of Public Prosecutions, Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) and Drug Theft Implementation Unit. Collective action by non-state actors and the media in the fight against serious and organised corruption will also be supported by a bilateral DFID fund within this programme.
To improve implementation of anti-corruption measures in Ghana from scrutiny to punitive action, increasing the risks for those engaging in corrupt activities.
The principal recipients of this programme are DFID Ghana and the Government of Ghana working through Anti-Corruption agencies such as but not limited to the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC), Registrar-General’s Department (RGD), Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Department of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Economic and Financial Crime Courts (EFCC), Ghana Audit Service (GAS). From the demand side, the programme will deliver through leading civil society organisations like but not limited to the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD), Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Penplusbytes, Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC), Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), UK Ghana Chamber of Commerce/ Private Sector Anti-Corruption Group.
Funding under this investment supports the Australian Transaction and Analysis Reports Centre (AUSTRAC) to deliver Multilateral Analyst Exchange Program (MAEP) and the Regional Financial Intelligence Analyst Course (FIAC) to ASEAN countries. MAEP will support collaboration with the placement of analysts in participating countries Financial Intelligence Units (IFU) working to improve financial intelligence analytics, techniques, systems and capabilities. MAEP will facilitate FIUs analysts from different jurisdictions to work together on criminal investigations or thematic topics of mutual priority. AUSTRAC will also deliver the Regional Financial Intelligence Analyst Course which will create baseline level of financial intelligence analysis capability across the ASEAN region. The total value of this investment is $2.0 million over 3 financial years, starting 2017-18.