The primary purpose of the Progress Assessment was to assess whether the public has experienced a change in the behaviour of public officials with respect to petty corruption; whether citizens are now more likely to resist corruption; and whether the public thinks that the ACC is now more likely to act against corruption compared to one year ago.
The progress assessment presents a snap shot allowing the Pay No Bribe campaign to assess progress in these key perception areas and re-strategize if required.
This is the 2nd of 3 Progress Assessments planned during 2018. In addition to perception of behaviour change, this second survey also considers level of outreach carried out by the PNB as a variable, and includes sections on Reporting Methods and Knowledge of Fees and Services, including the source of the information.
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Please note that The Pay No Bribe Progress Assessments were not carried out by an independent third party, but by implementing partner and does not claim scientific rigor.