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Project Hunter Chaucer has an overall aim to build international targeting in ODA countries to help deter the movement across national borders of individuals and goods, that would harm their national interests, by enhancing their border control. Project Chaucer (in West Africa only) looks to create highly-skilled multi-agency local teams capable of deterring the use of individuals and freight to smuggle drugs or other harmful commodities within developing countries by criminal gangs. Hunter/Chaucer projects and activities are based in three main geographical areas the Americas, Africa and EurAsia and have officers embedded in various locations around the world working with local law enforcement agencies and key stakeholders.
To improve access to financial services for the poor and marginalised groups and for micro and small enterprises in Pakistan
To strengthen the rule of law so that all of Pakistan can benefit from a fair, equal and transparent justice system that will help ensure a better governed, more prosperous and stable Pakistan
International Anti-Corruption Programme (I-ACT) is a multi-component programme which makes fighting corruption a top priority for the international community to address the impact of corruption on the poorest countries and people. It will follow through on Anti-Corruption Summit actions aimed at preventing corruption, ending impunity, and empowering those who have suffered from it. It will focus on strengthening the international architecture and response on anti-corruption, and will include work with new digital technologies to strengthen civil society in partner countries.
To support Nigeria’s effort of tackling corruption by reducing public tolerance and improving enforcement efforts as part of the HMG Nigeria Anti-Corruption Strategy. Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) would be supported to achieve an effective sanction regime by legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and ensuring looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted. Civil society would build public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.
Strengthening Transnational Responses to Countering Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption and Organised Crime in Africa (CIFFS)UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)
The UK will provide £15 million between 2016 and 2021 to strengthen transnational responses to illicit financial flows, corruption and crime through a Regional Network for Strengthening Transnational Responses to Countering Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption and Organised Crime in Africa’ (Countering Illicit Flows - Facility for Africa – CIFFs Facility) The programme will deliver the UK’s Aid Strategy with its core objective of ‘strengthening global peace, security and governance’ and pledge to ‘invest more to tackle the causes of instability, insecurity and conflict, and to tackle crime and corruption.’ It will also contribute to the UK’s commitments under SDG 16.4, which commits the UK by 2030 to ‘significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, strengthen the recovery and return of stolen assets and combat all forms of organized crime’.
To stabilise the deforestation frontier in the areas of Colombia most acutely threatened by deforestation and affected by conflict, by improving land systems and usage rights, building capacity to effectively tackle environmental crime, and promoting sustainable forest livelihoods and enterprises.