The purpose of the Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC) project is to strengthen USAID's efforts and those of a wider community of natural resource management (NRM) and anti-corruption stakeholders to improve NRM outcomes by reducing threats posed by corruption to wildlife, fisheries and forests. TNRC will focus on harnessing existing anti-corruption knowledge for the NRM sector; delivering new thought leadership and evidence on effective approaches to anti-corruption issues in NRM; leveraging practitioner and stakeholder networks for knowledge dissemination and improved anti-corruption action; deepening global partnerships to combat corruption in the management of natural resources; and programming more effectively against corruption in specific contexts. TNRC targets a diverse audience of USAID practitioners (including implementing partners), other donor and NGO practitioners and policy makers, international fora and, to a more limited degree, stakeholders and practitioners in specific countries where TNRC may implement activities.
A project management unit (PMU) based at WWF headquarters in Washington, DC leads the project and has final responsibility for achieving its objectives. This position will be a key member of the PMU.
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