Although these six ideas are linked here to Afghanistan, they could be applied to any nation living under a severely corrupt regime. Some of the lessons serve as a warning to jurisdictions which are not post-conflict but could be tipping towards corruption.
A fair society is already on the way to breaking down when corruption is no longer considered a taboo, as in point one. When citizens of a country are able and willing to pay bribes for services as a norm, getting society and the economy back on track to fairness and transparency is an enormous challenge.
The information in this graphic comes from a Rawa News article and all credit must go to the reporter.