Adopting a peer-led approach to disseminate anti-corruption messages: Results of the network survey
This report relates to the research project Addressing bribery in the Tanzanian health sector: A behavioural approach. As part of the project, a pilot behavioural intervention was implemented at a Tanzanian hospital that aimed to shift hospital users’ and health providers’ attitudes and perceived social norms around gift-giving. It also aimed to reduce actual exchanges of gifts.
The report complements the final technical report from the project, Using behavioural insights to reduce gift giving in a Tanzanian public hospital, by providing details about the use of social network analysis (SNA) to assess how the information about the intervention was disseminated through the hospital.
It provides a breakdown of results, the questionnaire used in the surveys, and methodological notes for future studies.
The research project as a whole was funded by the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence Programme (GI-ACE), funded with UK aid from the UK government. The project implementation was a collaboration between the Basel Institute on Governance, the UK Behavioural Insights Team, the University of Dar es Salam and the University of Utrecht.
The technical report is free to share under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence.
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