Implemented projects CCECC monitoring

CCECC monitoring

From January 2008 to February 2009 the Centre for Analysis and Prevention of Corruption (CAPC) has implemented the project “Monitoring the Implementation of Chapter V of the Threshold Country Plan (TCP) by the Centre for Combating Economic Crime and Corruption (CCECC)”. The project monitors actions aimed at improving the operation of the Centre for Combating Economic Crime and Corruption. This activity represents one of the priorities of the Threshold Country Plan (TCP) – Strengthening Civil Society Monitoring Capacity in Moldova (SCSMCM).

The goal of the monitoring activity consists in objective assessment of transparency and capacity of the Centre for Combating Economic Crime and Corruption to prevent and combat corruption and to come up with legal and institutional solutions and recommendations that would improve the governance. Through this monitoring activity, CAPC intends to assess the quality of TCP implementation.

The monitoring process is run according to the Methodology for monitoring of progress and real impact of anti-corruption policies from the perspective of implementation of the Threshold Country Plan of he Republic of Moldova under the US “Millennium Challenge” programme and of the Government Decision no. 32 dated 11.01.2007, by the Centre for Combating Economic Crime and Corruption. The monitoring results are presented in the CAPC monthly and quarterly reports.

See the text of Methodology.

The Strengthening Civil Society Monitoring Capacity in Moldova programme that covers monitoring activities is financed by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and administered by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) within the Threshold Country Plan for Moldova (TCP). The SCSMCM programme has been implemented by the Academy for Educational Development (AED) in the period July 2007 – March 2009.

This activity became possible due to support of the Academy for Educational Development (AED) under the SCSMCM programme, based on the cooperation agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).