TNRC External Resource | Practical advice on applying corruption risk assessments in fisheries supply chains

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Practical advice on applying corruption risk assessments in fisheries supply chains

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This collection of advice is derived from the experience of WWF Ecuador in assessing corruption risks in the mahi-mahi production chain. WWF Ecuador, with support from USAID within the framework of the Strengthen Natural Resources Governance in Ecuador program, adapted the international standard ISO31000 risk assessment methodology and produced an internal guide to identify and assess risks. The Ecuador guide is similar to the "Methodological Guide for Corruption Risk Diagnostics in Fisheries Value Chains" developed by WWF Peru with support from the Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC) project. TNRC summarized and adapted the Peru guide for general use.

This resource complements the Peru guide, focusing on practical advice corresponding to each phase of the risk diagnosis process. With both resources, users can adapt and apply the ISO31000 methodology to their own needs, in other fisheries value chains or even other natural resource sectors.


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