U.S. Global Anti-Corruption Coordinator and USAID Anti-Corruption Task Force Executive Director to visit Liberia
The U.S. Coordinator on Global Anti-Corruption Richard Nephew and USAID Senior Advisor to the Administrator and Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Task Force (ACTF) Shannon Green will travel to Monrovia, Liberia from March 13-15, 2023.
Their visit will underscore the U.S. government’s commitment to anti-corruption and good governance through the newly released U.S. Strategy on Countering Corruption.
Coordinator Nephew and ACTF Executive Director Green will meet with representatives from Liberian integrity institutions, civil society organizations, media, and the Liberian legislature.
The Coordinator on Global Anti-Corruption position integrates and elevates the fight against corruption across all aspects of U.S. diplomacy and foreign assistance.
The Executive Director of USAID’s Anti-Corruption Task Force leads USAID’s implementation of the U.S. Strategy on Countering Corruption.
President Biden has made preventing and countering corruption and demonstrating the advantages of transparent and accountable governance a top Administration priority.