USAID funds Liberia’s anti-corruption efforts

Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. Photo by: Center for Global Development / CC BY-NC-SA

In early September 2012, USAID is expected to solicit proposals for a five-year program to provide technical assistance to the Liberian Anti-Corruption Commission and civil society organizations engaged in anti-corruption initiatives. The estimated value of the contract is between $10 million and $25 million.

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    Lorenzo Piccio

    Lorenzo is a contributing analyst for Devex. Previously Devex's senior analyst for development finance in Manila, he is currently an MA candidate in international economics and international development at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington. Lorenzo holds a bachelor's degree in government and social studies from Wesleyan University.