Abstract

The study aims to analyze the modern strategies adopted by the good governance in the good conduct of the interests, institutions and individuals to reduce corruption in order to reduce the phenomenon of poverty which has become widespread despite the efforts to mitigate the phenomenon. In this study, Corruption, which in turn has a negative impact on governments, local and international institutions, civil society and the individual, is a growing concern for the devastating consequences of growth and development. Efforts to reform political and economic efforts are curbed to curb corruption.
Keywords: Governance, Reform, Corruption, Empowerment, Poverty.