|"Today, there is a strong sense in the broad development community generally that good governance and an attack on corruption must be key parts of efforts to sustain economic growth and attack poverty...."
Source: World Bank Volcker report 2007
Donors and their partner governments generally agree that the road to sustainable development lies in channelling development funds through host country government budgets. However, there are concerns that this increases the risk of corruption and reduces accountability.
At PwC we focus on the budget process and help governments create and deploy effective compliance programmes at all levels of public financial management systems. And, because of our extensive networks in both donor and recipient countries, we are able to address the many problems created by corruption. We always favour preventative rather than punitive solutions.