Transparency International-Malaysia’s Forest Governance and Integrity Programme (TI-M-FGI) tackles corruption as a primary driver of illegal logging and inconsistent forest management. The programme looks at corruption at all stages of timber production and processing and examines how it facilitates unsustainable harvesting, production, conversion, export, import and procurement of timber and wood products. The activities of a regional FGI centre in Indonesia and local FGI units in Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands contribute to curbing corruption and improving forest governance. The FGI works towards a society in which corruption free forest governance and sustainable management enable increased economic development, poverty reduction and environmental protection. The goal of FGI is to work towards a society where corruption-free forest governance and sustainable management will enable increased economic development, poverty reduction and environmental protection.