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GOVERNANCE ETHICS AND ANTI-
26 – 30 MAY 2014
This programme has been designed in the wake of
the growing recognition of the need to
systematically combat corruption and enhance
integrity and values in public service as part of the
strategy for better or good governance. The
programme is designed to help participants to:
Understand and appreciate the
complexity of corruption and its causes
Design and implement workable
strategies for detecting, investigating
and preventing corruption in
public, private, and voluntary sectors.
Understand the relationship
between anti-corruption reforms,
ethics, and governance.
Design codes of conduct and
strategies for improving the
infrastructure for managing ethics
in the sectors
GOVERNANCE ETHICS AND ANTI-
WHAT IS A STRATEGY?
A well-thought and intelligible plan or approach to
carry out a task or solve a problem.
At the core of the conception of a strategy is the
factor of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and
excellence of a strategy to bring forth the
Strategies to combat corruption should therefore be
holistic, sufficiently practical and reflect an earnest
intent to weed-out the scourge of corruption.
The strategies should clearly spell out specific,
measurable, achievable, realistic and time-scaled
They should also spell out the manner and extent of
involving the stakeholders in implementation of the
strategies and formulating different forms and levels
of monitory systems.
1. Increased support for nationally-owned Anti-Corruption
efforts, backing government, civil society, media and
private sector initiatives to combat corruption and
ensure accountability in the use of public resources
2. Greater political dialogue with the government on
corruption issues, and agreement of robust targets on
3. Assisting local citizens and communities to hold
community meetings, track budgets and engage officials
at local and national level to monitor the use of public and
donor resources, and where corruption or misuse of funds
is found, to hold public officials to account
4. Supporting the Police and local farmer’s associations to
monitor the distribution of agricultural inputs, such as
seeds and fertiliser, to identify any corruption and arrest
5. Supporting the Anti-Corruption Bureau or
Commissions to investigate and prosecute cases of
corruption transparently and openly, sanctioning
6. Giving a voice to the masses to express their views
and constructive opinions on corruption issues
through use of methods such as the Community
Radio Station and Free Community Press that
should present an open forum where corruption
issues are exposed and discussed.
7. Strengthening national public financial management
capacity, including in particular the capacity of
National Audit Office to scrutinise government
8. Setting up independent co-monitoring structures on
government expenditure, tendering procedure and
systems audit to augment the National Audit Office and
present better premises of transparency and reliability of
the role of a national audit system.
9. Development of a special curriculum for all levels of
education from primary to tertiary that diligently inculcate
moral excellence, integrity and ethics that resist the
scourge of corruption and related abuses of power for
10. Assisting government departments to be more
transparent with the use of resources and the manner in
which employees are hired or promoted through use of
periodic publications that can be authenticated by a
report from an independent audit institution such as the
one cited in (8) above.
STRATEGY FORMULATION AND