1. Strengthen Anti-Corruption Laws: Ensure that laws are in place that criminalize corruption and that those laws are effectively enforced.

2. Encourage Whistleblowers: Provide protection and incentives for individuals who report corruption. This can help uncover corruption and hold perpetrators accountable.

3. Increase Transparency: Open up government processes and decision-making to public scrutiny. This can be done by making information readily available and accessible to the public, as well as through public hearings and consultations.

4. Strengthen Oversight: Empower independent bodies, such as auditors and anti-corruption agencies, to investigate and monitor government activities.

5. Promote Ethics: Encourage ethical behavior and promote a culture of integrity within society. This can be done through education and training programs for public officials and the public.

6. Use Technology: Leverage technology to increase transparency and accountability. This can be done through the use of open data portals, online reporting systems, and other innovative tools.

7. Support Civil Society: Support and strengthen civil society organizations that work to promote transparency, accountability, and good governance.

By implementing a combination of these strategies, we can help to fight corruption and promote transparency, accountability, and good governance.