Risk assessment for the Kosovo Chamber of Notaries


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Risk assessment for the Kosovo Chamber of Notaries

October 30, 2019

For the past years, UNDP has been focusing on a targeted sectoral approach in its anti-corruption interventions. Such approach enables the development and implementation of sector-specific anti-corruption plans that address the leakages and mismanagement of allocated resources to promote institutional integrity in sectors.

Within the framework of this corporate strategy, UNDP Kosovo’s project Support to Anti-Corruption Efforts in Kosovo (SAEK II) in close collaboration with the Chamber of Notaries, have developed a Corruption Risk Assessment in the notary sector to understand how corruption manifests itself in the notary system and services. Moreover, this assessment reveals where corruption risks exist in the notary sector in order to devise strategies to address the underlying anti-corruption bottlenecks.

UNDP Kosovo is active in the area of anti-corruption, aiming to support efforts towards more accountable and transparent institutions, in line Sustainable Development Goal 16.

The Support to Anti-Corruption Efforts in Kosovo (SAEK) II project continues supporting the preparation of Corruption Risk Assessments in order to identify potential corruption risks.

The Corruption Risk Assessments identify potential risks and provide recommendations to Kosovo institutions for strengthening transparency, integrity and accountability towards citizens. Since 2014, UNDP SAEK II has supported more than 20 institutions with Integrity Plans and Corruption Risk Assessments, incl. for health, education, extractive industries, judicial integrity, money laundering, Chamber of Advocates, and now, the Corruption Risk Assessment for the Kosovo Chamber of Notaries.