We fight corruption in health so that governments and civil society can create stronger, sustainable and inclusive health systems around the world.
Even before Covid-19, corruption in health claimed the lives of at least 140,000 children a year, and drained billions of dollars from health systems, depriving people around the world of health care.
The pandemic has highlighted the impact that corrupt practices have on health systems around the world and on individuals, whose ability to get receive the right care at the right time is jeopardised.Read more »
What we do
Transparency in Medical Research and Development
With the race to develop and distribute effective Covid-19 vaccines and therapies, transparency in the development of pharmaceutical and medical devices is more critical than ever. It protects the public and is key to maintaining the public's trust.
Transparent Health care Procurement
Billions earmarked for health care procurement are lost to corruption every year. The pandemic has made the risk even greater. Governments must ensure transparent and effective spending so that treatment and care reaches as many people as possible.
Fighting corruption in Service Delivery
Corruption undermines the accessibility, affordability and quality of healthcare. The result is potentially disastrous for patients, health systems, and global health outcomes. Health care services must be free of corruption, and accessible to all who need them.