The Government of Guinea is in need of judicial reform, anti-corruption initiatives, information systems modernization, drug enforcement resources, credible drug enforcement leadership, drug treatment and awareness campaigns, as well as international assistance to monitor enforcement operations.
What does ACI stand for?
ACI stands for Anti-Corruption Initiative (various locations)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ACI
We have 487 other meanings of ACI in our Acronym Attic
- Anaemia of Chronic Inflammation
- Analytical Condition Inspection
- Andean Counterdrug Initiative
- Anderson Cancer Institute (Savannah, GA)
- Anderson Cascade Impactor (medical equipment)
- Anello Consulting Inc (Cocoa, FL)
- Anglican Communion Institute (Beaumont, TX)
- Animal Cruelty Investigations
- Anixter Communication and Integration
- Ann Clark Associates
- Apollo Computers, Incorporated
- Appeals Coordinated Issue (US IRS)
- Apple Computer, Incorporated
- Application Centric Infrastructure (Cisco)
- Applied Communications Inc.
- Applied Computational Intelligence
- Appraiser's Choice, Inc
- Approved Course of Instruction
- Aquitaine Création Investissement (French investment company)
- Arch Coal Inc
Samples in periodicals archive:
Other anti-corruption initiatives include: A comprehensive 'Lokpal and Lakyuktas Bill, 2011' was passed by the Lok Sabha this year.
Equally, the people should be reassured that a government that moves steadily to strengthen the protection of human rights, promote ethnic reconciliation, and put real teeth into anti-corruption initiatives, will be supported, even if the results may sometimes be less than desired.
Other winners from Egypt include Kherna, a website aimed at connecting humanitarian efforts in Egypt, the Girls Only Radion Station, as well as Zabatak, the anti-crime, anti-corruption initiative.
of Konstanz, Germany, this volume contains ten papers exploring the politics of the past couple decades of anti-corruption initiatives in Europe (including external anti-corruption policies), with most contributions taking into account cultural dimensions of corruption.
This broad multi-project anti-corruption initiative stems from a wider agreement concluded between Siemens and the World Bank in 2009.