UK Action Against Corruption (UKACT) Programme reduces the incentives of corrupt individuals in developing countries to use the UK to launder money; and for UK business and nationals or their agents to bribe in developing countries. The programme will increase UK law enforcement's capacity to trace, confiscate and return stolen assets to developing countries and to tackle bribery in developing countries.
This programme aims to reduce the threat from organised criminality, extremism and terrorism, strengthening governance and the rule of law capability, supporting reconciliation and the fight against corruption. .
This programme will support Pakistan to improve citizens’ trust and public confidence in rule of law, especially among the poorest and most vulnerable, including minorities, women and girls. This is an ODA and non-ODA blended programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.
This programme aims to improve the capability of source and transit countries to tackle organised immigration crime (OIC); develop and enrich the intelligence picture of the threat of OIC; identify and investigate those involved; disrupt the use of enablers by organised criminals in facilitating OIC; and identify and recover illicit finances. This is an ODA and non-ODA blended programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.
This programme is working with countries in the region to make an improvement in the ability of the Caribbean governments to disrupt serious organised crime. The programme is focussed on end-to-end capacity building across the region and in individual jurisdictions, seeking improvements in the capability of countries in the region to increase law enforcement capability. This is an ODA and non-ODA blended programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.
This programme will support countries in East Africa to tackle organised immigration crime by building the capacity of regional governments to identify, investigate and prosecute traffickers. Building the resilience of communities along migratory routes, disrupting organised immigration criminal activity in those communities and supporting East Africa’s response to organised immigration crime by providing policy and technical advice.
This programme aims to support Kenya and Tanzania to strengthen their law enforcement and criminal justice capability, enabling them to tackle more effectively serious organised crime, from investigation to prosecution by building regional capability and supporting the development of key institutions and systems.
This programme engages with Peruvian and Colombian law enforcement agencies to improve their capability and to enable more effective criminal proceedings being taken against those involved in serious organised crime.
This programme aims to ensure that the Overseas Territories (OTs) are protected from and resilient to a range of security threats including natural and man-made disasters, economic insecurity, crime and public health threats. It also aims to ensure that OTs are governed by effective and transparent government agencies and institutions that comply with key identified international conventions. This is an ODA and non-ODA blended programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.