TAC Project: Perception of corruption change in Ghana [Infographic]

Tracking corruption in Ghana

Perception of corruption change in Ghana, 2018 (TAC Project)
Significant findings (Infographic)
1. Over 60 percent of Ghanaian citizens believe corruption has increased.
2. Only 12 percent of citizens believe corruption has remained the same compared to the previous year.
3. 47 percent of the police officers interviewed believe that corruption is on the increase.
4. Only 15 percent of motorists believe corruption has decreased in Ghana.
5. Overall, only 16 percent of respondents believe corruption has remained the same compared to the previous year.
Findings in the infographic below:

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‘Together against Corruption’ is supported by STAR-Ghana with funding from UKaid, DANIDA and EUROPEAN UNION.

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2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation Fellow: Gideon Sarpong (G. K. Sarpong) is a media practitioner with over six years of experience in content development and management, data and investigative journalism, policy analysis, production and e-commerce strategizing. Gideon is currently Director of Policy and News Content at iWatch Africa. He is also the Brands and Communication Manager for Football 360, Kwese SportsXtra, on KFS and Celebrity Fanzone, The Tonight Show, and After Hours. Gideon is an e-commerce consultant for Department of Geography & Regional Planning and Department of Religion & Human Values at the University of Cape Coast. He is a columnist for several local and international news portals. Gideon holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Policy Journalism and is committed to promoting transparency and accountability using investigative & data journalism. Gideon is an author with over eight publications; a fellow of the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI), Thomson Reuters Foundation (Wealth of Nations Program) and Bloomberg Data for Health Program.

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