Fides exists to transform lives and communities by promoting a culture of public integrity and reducing systemic corruption.
Fighting corruption is at the heart of building a better world.
Corruption is widely accepted as one of the greatest obstacles to development, social justice, and poverty alleviation. The World Bank puts a $1.6 trillion price tag on the damaging effects of corruption, and this only refers to bribes. The cost of corruption in Africa alone is estimated at US$148 billion per year, equivalent to 25% of the continent’s GDP and about 300% of foreign aid it receives.
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Corruption and the challenge to the Christian faith and church