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* AMAN - The Coalition for Accountability and Integrity: Is a non-profit organization that seeks to contribute to good governance through enhancing and fostering principles of integrity, transparency and accountability in the political system as well as in all sectors of Palestinian society.

* Economic Research Forum: The Economic Research Forum (ERF) is an independent, non-governmental, nonprofit organization; its mission is to initiate and fund policy-relevant economic research, to publish and disseminate the results of research activity to scholars, policymakers, and the business community, and to function as a resource base for researchers through its databank and documentation library. * Lebanese Transparency Association: LTA is a Lebanese non-governmental organization that was founded in May 1999 by group of business people, academics, economists, lawyers and intellectuals dedicated to promoting transparency and fighting corruption. * Transparency International Morocco [in French]: Transparency International Morocco was established to fight all forms of corruption and to promote a national system of integrity. It aims to support studies that target a better comprehension of corruption mechanisms necessary to resist corruption and engage politicians and governmental milieus to promote transparency. * U.S. Department of State - Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs: The Bureau advises the President, Secretary of State, other bureaus in the Department of State, and other departments and agencies within the U.S. Government on the development of policies and programs to combat international narcotics and crime and is committed to the international fight against corruption. * Union of Arab Banks: UAB promotes Arab common economic practices in the process of building and developing banking cooperation for the benefit of economic, financial, and banking development in the Arab world * United Nations Online Network in Public Administration and Finance: UNPAN focuses on issues of promoting public policies, good governance systems and institutions, civil service and public sector reform and management innovation and development and sound public finance. UNPAN network provides access to the UN Division for Public Economics and Public Administration services, activities, publications and statistical resources. * World Bank Group: The Bank, one of the world's largest sources of development assistance, works on number of development needs; health, education, social development, including governance, and institution-building as key elements of poverty reduction, the protection of the environment, the support of private business development and the promotion of reforms for development.
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