The Basel Institute on Governance is an international and independent not-for-profit organisation working worldwide with the public and private sector to counter corruption and other financial crimes as well as to improve the quality of governance. Registered as a Swiss foundation with headquarters in Basel, the Institute operates globally and maintains field operations in Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America. The Basel Institute is an Associated Institute of the University of Basel.
The Basel Institute’s International Centre for Asset Recovery (ICAR) has been commissioned by the UK Department for International Development (DfID), Malawi office, to implement a four-year programme in support of Malawi’s efforts to confront corruption and related complex financial crime. The programme’s work focuses on strengthening investigation and prosecution capacity, with a view to recovering stolen assets. In addition, the programme supports the review of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy and a range of prevention-related activities, including in relation to the AML/CTF framework and engaging with non-state actors, such as journalists, civil society organisations and the private sector.
Address: Area 10, Plot 121, Lilongwe, Malawi.