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National Survey on Users of Public Services and Public Administrators on the Impact of Anti-Corruption Activities: The Case of the South West Region

By: Stephen Nkem Asek, Focal Integrity Team Cameroon

To combat corruption and deepen the implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy within the public service in the South West Region, the National Anti-Corruption Commission undertook to sample the opinion of users of public services on the impact of anti-corruption activities in the different public service institutions and local government councils in the South West Region.

From the 22th of June to the 10th of July, 2015 the National Anti-Corruption Coalition (CNLCC) was commissioned by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (CONAC) to carry out the above exercise with the following objectives:
• Conduct field interviews of users of public services within the 6 divisions of the South West Region
• Collect the responses of the public/users of public services using customized questionnaires that will be used forthwith to measure the impact of activities carried out by public administrators in the fight against corruption.

This report therefore highlights activities conducted by teams of the National Anti-Corruption Coalition in the South West Region within the 6 divisions in the region. It also provides a detailed spreadsheet and graphical presentation and analysis of the total responses collected in classification of:
• Division
• District
• Administration
• Level of Transparency
• Efficiency of service
• Prevention
• Education
• Conductions
• Incentives
• Sanctions
• Highlight of the 5 most corruption professions in the region
• Including levels of corruption in the health, education, electricity and water sectors in the region

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Uploaded on: Aug 06, 2015
Last Updated: Dec 04, 2015
Year Published: 2015
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