You are welcome to the INT website. Established on September 15, 2007, the Institute for National Transformation (INT) envisions a transformed Africa by 2030.
In the book: Good to Great, Professor Jim Collins and his research team observed that to take an organization from a good status to greatness requires disciplined people, disciplined thinking, and disciplined placement and action in that order. In other words, real and lasting change begins with principled people; skill is important but secondary to character.
Corruption in our societies is endemic and has affected economic growth in many African nations. For example, a study revealed that the cost of corruption in Nigeria could rise to 37% of GDP by 2030 if it’s not dealt with immediately. This cost is equated to around $1,000 per person in 2014 and nearly $2,000 per person by 2030 (www.pwc.com/ng).
The IMF study referenced in the PwC research estimates that the impact of a 1-point change in the corruption index results in a 1.2 -percentage point change in economic growth per annum.