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Border officials inspect exports of timber on the road to Douala, Cameroon. Photo: TRAFFIC / A. Walmsley

Corruption in the use of permits and allocation of access rights

Border officials inspect exports of timber on the road to Douala, Cameroon. Photo: TRAFFIC / A. Walmsley

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Published 12th October 2020

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Addressing corruption in the regulatory and administrative processes governing the harvest and trade in wildlife

12th October 2020, Cambridge—TRAFFIC, under the USAID-funded Trageting Natural Resources Corruption (TNRC) project, has released a brief around the stages in a wildlife supply chain where permits for harvest or trade are issued, inspected or accepted, and their inherent vulnerabilities to corruption.

Corruption in the use of permits and allocation of access rights

Report author(s):
Willow Outhwaite

Publication date:
October 2020


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