GI-ACE researcher Ryan Jablonski explores findings from surveys exploring Malawians’ experiences with accessing their medicines and shares additional analysis that sheds light on why Malawians believe individuals are motivated to steal drugs.
GI-ACE project research in Malawi, Nigeria, and Tanzania shows that anti-corruption agencies’ independence has turned out to be a major impediment.
Effective or falling flat? A fresh look at high-level corruption prosecutions in three African jurisdictions
Researcher Gerhard Anders discusses GI-ACE research project spearheading the most systematic, comprehensive study to date of the legal frameworks, prosecutorial strategies, institutional constraints, and external influences shaping these countries’ anti-corruption efforts.
Researcher Ryan Jablonski discusses GI-ACE project focused on identifying and preventing drug theft in Malawi, a country where issues of medicine theft are particularly acute. The impact of drug theft is a matter of life and death, and falls particularly hard on the poorest who cannot afford commercial medicines.