Africa: Committed reformers are pushing for open procurement

[The Africa Report - Africa] - 17/11/2021
In part two of our review of some of the most active stakeholders attempting to reform how governments spend their money across Africa, we profile an activist in Cameroon, an anti-corruption campaigner in Kenya, as well as a procurement officer and a data analysis firm in Nigeria. (...)
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