b"IMPACT STATEMENT 2023Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) play a crucial role inIncreasing citizen-led undermining the global communitys ability to achieve the SDGs. Therefore, the Addis Ababa Actionaccountability: CrownCASE STUDYAgenda on Financing for Development calls for a redoubling of efforts to substantially reduce IFFs,Agents welcomes Integrity with a view to eventually eliminate them.Action into the GroupTo support citizens in taking an active part in A school fit for purpose A trusted partner:the delivery of public infrastructure and services, Crown Agents welcomed Integrity Action into the ensuring childrenworking with the KenyanCrown Agents Group in early 2023. Government to reinvestIntegrity Action is an international developmentcan learn safely in organisation that helps citizens monitor and securenorthern Ghanathree million poundsquality projects and services in their communities. They have supported citizens in over 20 countries of stolen funds into theto monitor over USD 1 billion worth of projects andAs part of the M4FS programme, community members in Northern Ghana discovered FRACCK activitiesservices and resolve over 70% of problems identified. that the contractor was using sub-standard health sector materials in a schools roof. Facing residents In Ukraine, Integrity Action worked with Patients Crown Agents has been working closely with theinclude expandedof Ukraine, a Civil Society Organisation (CSO) thatanger, the contractor abandoned the Governments of Kenya and Jersey to reinvest threeamplifies the voices of Ukrainians in healthcareconstruction site.million pounds of stolen funds hidden in Jersey intomicrobiology anddelivery, to monitor the construction of four clinicsCommunity members who monitored the Kenyan health sector. This is being done throughwith funding from Pfizer, secured by Crown Agentsthe project on behalf of Integrity Action the Framework for the Return of Assets fromvirology testing,International Development (CAID), the Group'sencouraged their fellow residents to contact Corruption and Crime in Kenya (FRACCK), an assetcharitable arm, charity number 1192249. local authorities. Younger members of recovery programme signed by the governments of Kenya, Jersey, the UK, and Switzerland.including HIV, andIn May 2023, Integrity Action trained staff fromthe community held a march, demanding Patients of Ukraine, who will in turn train andaccountability from duty bearers and project completion to the required standards as soon The funds are being used to support the National Publicthe expansioncoordinate volunteers to monitor construction. as possible. The demonstration attracted Health Laboratory (NPHL) and Port Health scheme.Once the clinics are open, they will also monitor attention from the media which prompted The NPHL provides disease surveillance for infectiouson port healthhealthcare delivery. authorities to take action. diseases, to ensure faster responses to outbreaks. This will enable Kenya to scale up disease surveillance andThe monitors ensured continuous engagement align it closer to international standards.screening servicesMy idea of monitoring wasbetween community stakeholders, the municipal assembly and the construction The initiative includes expanded screening forvery different before thisprojects government funder, the Ghana infectious diseases and outbreaks to improve national surveillance and the set-up of a National Diseasetraining. I thought it involvedEducation Trust Fund (GETFUND). This resulted Response Unit responsible for situation reporting,in the cancellation of the builders contract and collecting data. Now Ithe appointment of a new contractor. country preparedness and outbreak response. Our relationship with the Kenyan Ministry of Healthknow its about influencing has been crucial to understanding the needs on thedecision-making. ground and offering appropriate and sustainable solutions. To boost the local economy, we workedPatients of Ukraine staff memberclosely with local suppliers, ensuring consumables were readily available and affordable for ongoing use.The Signing of the Asset Recovery Agreement by Her Majesty's Attorney General for Jersey, Mark Temple QC, and the Kenya High Commissioner to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, H.E. Ambassador Manoah Esipisu, MBS, at the Kenyan High Commission in London in March 2022. CITIZENS MONITOR.EVERYONE WINS.30 31"