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Africa and Middle East Surveys and Indices

National/Local Corruption Diagnostics and Measurement Tools in Africa (March 2004)

This report has captured 22 measurement tools in 25 African countries. A tabular overview of the results can be found here.

TI Kenya -- Bribery Index

TI Kenya uses a household survey to asses the magnitude of bribery in Kenya - from the frecuency and amount of bribes to information about who is bribed. The survey findings are also used to rank public and private institutions, according to perceptions of corruption.

Kenya Bribery Index 2005
Kenya Bribery Index 2004
Kenya Bribery Index 2002Kenya Urban Bribery Index 2001

TI Morocco -- Household and Private sector surveys on corruption

TI Morocco together with the TI Secretariat, carried out household and private sector surveys of corruption in 2001. The surveys combined a qualitative and quantitative approach, and shed light on the nature, types and frequency of corruption in Moroccan society

TI Morocco Household Survey 2001 (ppt - en fran├žais)
TI Morocco Private Sector Survey 2001 (pdf- en fran├žais)

The Coalition for Accountability and Integrity (AMAN)-- Opinion Poll on Corruption in the Palestinian Society

The Coalition for Accountability and Integrity (AMAN), TI's national chapter in formation in the Palestinian Authority, assigned the Palestinian Center for Political Studies and Surveys to conduct an Opinion Poll in the Palestinian Territories of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip regarding the phenomenon of nepotism and favoritism, the causes, forms, spheres, and scope.

Opinion Poll


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