Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Aid
GCORE is proud to offer the “Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Aid” online course to its members. This course was developed by Transparency International in cooperation with the International Red Cross and was launched in September 2015. More than 3000 learners have signed up for it to date.
Corruption is a major challenge in humanitarian assistance as it deprives the most vulnerable poor people, the victims of natural disasters and civil conflicts of essential live-saving resources. The goal of the Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Aid e-learning course is to reduce the overall risk of corruption by giving learners an understanding of the problem through scenario based exercises where the consequences of their choices will be revealed. The course has been developed for the wider humanitarian community; field and headquarter staff in organisations – specifically programme staff, and other stakeholders.