Welcome to Stream House

We are a boutique consulting firm with an international network of experts, specialised in governance and accountability, rule of law, anti-corruption, asset recovery, anti-money laundering and tackling illicit financial flows.

We have been delivering highly targeted assistance in countries where addressing systemic corruption is critical to enhancing governance and achieving sustainable transformations, as well as better services for citizens.

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Sextortion: The Silent Corruption

Sextortion: The Silent Corruption

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Angela is a 25-year-old student from Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital. She’s about to graduate from law school and is excited to start her career as an attorney. First, however, she needs to get a good grade...
Illicit Enrichment: Worth How Much?!

Illicit Enrichment: Worth How Much?!

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Why is it so hard to take dirty money away from crooked politicians and public servants? About the author: Nick Staite is an Anti-Corruption & Asset Recovery Specialist and part of Stream House’s global expertise...

Did you know?  

  • Curbing illicit financial flows (IFFs) can help African countries mobilize capital to finance the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and other national priorities. IFFs contribute to US$88.6 billion of capital flight per year from Africa. Reducing these outflows can increase the stock of capital available for businesses to build productive capacity and create jobs.

    United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

    Policy Brief No. 82, September 2020

  • Corruption is an insidious plague that has a wide range of corrosive effects on societies […] Corruption hurts the poor disproportionately by diverting funds intended for development, undermining a Government’s ability to provide basic services, feeding inequality and injustice and discouraging foreign aid and investment.

    Koffi A. Anan - Former UN Secretary General

    Foreword of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption

  • The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) is the first legally binding international anti-corruption instrument. In its 8 Chapters and 71 Articles, the UNCAC obliges its States Parties to implement a wide and detailed range of anti-corruption measures affecting their laws, institutions and practices and declared the recovery of stolen assets enshrined in Chapter V as a fundamental principle of the convention.

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ACORN: Development of a Case Tracking System for the High Court of Nigeria