We are extremely thrilled and honoured to be a part of a global initiative that is led by three remarkable organisations dedicated to promoting anti-corruption education around the world. As partners in this project, we are driven by our collective passion and commitment to create a positive impact and inspire change. We believe that educating people on the negative effects of corruption and empowering them to stand up against it is crucial to building a fair and just society. Together, we can work towards a corruption-free world where honesty, integrity, and accountability are upheld. Let us join hands and take action towards a brighter, better future for all!
1. African University of Science and Technology
2. Institute for Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa
3. Global Risk Alliance Ltd
The Preventive Anti-Corruption Education Project is domiciled in the African University of Science and Technology’s Post Graduate Programme on Public Policy.
The Preventive Anti-Corruption Education Project (PACEP) is a powerful initiative that has the potential to transform nations. With a focus on building stronger connections between anti-corruption agencies, MDAs, and stakeholders, the project is dedicated to creating a culture of integrity and accountability across all levels of society. From its education programmes to its key engagement approach, PACEP seeks to empower individuals and organisations to take a bold stand against corruption and work towards positive change. This strategic intervention aims to tap into the talent and resources of our nation to enhance our capability to respond to corruption risks. With PACEP, we have an opportunity to break the cycle of corruption and build a brighter future for all.
It is only through a multifaceted approach that is driven by the foundation of anti-corruption education that greater risk mitigation is fulfilled.
Private Sector Engagement
Engaging with the private sector can lead to remarkable advancements in fighting against corruption. By working together, both the public and private sector can better understand the national corruption risk profile. To combat bribery and financial crime, we are taking a comprehensive approach to corruption risk. Our strategy includes providing training programmes, sharing risk information, and collaborating with business entities to introduce a business integrity approach.
We have created an incognito solution to maximize the chance of receiving information from businesses about corruption risk. By ensuring anonymity, businesses can report and discuss risk areas freely. It is evident that fighting corruption requires collaborative effort from all stakeholders, and by working together, we can create a more transparent and ethical environment that promotes growth and development. Let’s continue to fight against corruption, and pave the way for a better future for all.