[ap-intact] INFO: In Bangladesh, corruption said to be hindering aid to the poorest

A story in the Dhaka Tribune says corruption is making it difficult for government social safety net programmes to properly serve the poor or achieve their service targets, the chairman of a parliamentary committee said. Dr Mozammel Hossain, chairman of the parliamentary standing committee on Social Welfare Ministry, said corrupt practices by Union Parishad authorities and other service providers were obstacles to the programmes.

Read the story by Abu Bakar Siddique, in Dhaka Tribune. http://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2015/mar/31/corruption-hindering-aid-poorest

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