Malawi Learns About Corruption Prevention from EACC
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission hosted the Integrity Committee of the Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) on 13th November, 2019. The committee was on a bench-marking mission and to learn the role of Corruption Prevention Committees in fighting corruption in public institutions.
It was also scheduled to meet with institutions that are actively working with EACC to mainstream corruption prevention with a view to replicate the same in Malawi. The team was received at Integrity Centre by EACC Commissioners Rose Mghoi M. Macharia and Dr. Dabar Abdi Maalim.
Commissioner Macharia said that a coordinated effort by all institutions countrywide was the best strategy to effectively fight corruption and root it out of public institutions.
Commissioner Maalim spoke of the need to inculcate integrity and ethics in the youth from an early age and informed the visitors that the Commission was engaged in curriculum development spearheaded by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development. This engagement is through the Commission’s National Integrity Academy (NIAca). He was hopeful that this competency-based education would help future generations reduce corruption.
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