OECD Survey on COVID-19 and law-enforcement challenges and responses in Africa
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On behalf of the OECD Secretariat / Anti-Corruption Division:

Dear Sir, Dear Madam,

In these difficult times, we hope that everyone is keeping well.

As participant in past events of the OECD/AfDB Joint Initiative to Support Business Integrity and Anti-bribery Efforts in Africa, the OECD is sharing with you a short survey below to collect information on challenges and good practices for anti-corruption law enforcement officials during the Covid-19 crisis. If you are in a position to respond and provide any further information, which you think, may be of interest that would be very much appreciated. Please note that all questions are optional, we welcome all feedback you can provide at this stage, even if limited.

As governments take emergency measures to battle the Covid-19 pandemic and mitigate economic downturn, you have no doubt, been required to adapt to dramatically different working conditions and increased risks of fraud and corruption.

In this context, we are keen to hear from you about the challenges you are all facing with a view to assisting and promptly sharing any good practices that have already been developed or are being contemplated within your country with your counterparts from the anti-corruption community.

We invite you to send your responses by Sunday 8 August 2021.   

The OECD Anti-Corruption Division is using this survey to collect information that includes personal data, i.e. contact information (name, surname, title and email address) provided by participants on a voluntary basis. The data will be used to inform our work on corruption risks and responses to the Covid-19 crisis.

No names of individuals will be cited in the OECD works based on that survey; only entities/bodies could be mentioned. 

The OECD is committed to protecting the personal data it processes, in accordance with its Personal Data Protection Rules. Under the Rules, you have rights to access and rectify your personal data, as well as to object to its processing, request erasure, and obtain data portability in certain circumstances. To exercise these rights in connection with survey or for any additional information or explanation about the survey in general please contact Dafne Capisani . If you have further queries or complaints related to the processing of your personal data, please contact the Data Protection Officer. If you need further assistance in resolving claims related to personal data protection you can contact the Data Protection Commissioner.


This survey is funded by the German Corporation for International Cooperation, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).