Every day, people suffer because of corruption.

CERC is the Congolese civil society organization that engage citizens to fight against corruption. It brings people together to end the devastating impact of corruption on men, women, and children in Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Our Approach

Our approach is to work across four interdependent areas including people, values, institutions and laws.

Establishing itself to be a movement against corruption, we believe that people are fundamental to our work and we must promote public demand for integrity. As we seek sustained change, we clearly recognize that ethics and values are key drivers, and we must educate people to live with their highest ethical values.

We know that effective law enforcement is crucial to prevent a culture of impunity. We also believe that institutions across our societies must improve their transparency, in order to counter corruption and provide accountability to all.

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Thursday, February 21, 2019 Heri Bitamala No comments

Towards promoting ethics and integrity in DRC secondary schools, the Anti-Corruption Research Center” CERC” is conducting a three days Training of Trainers (ToT) on Community Integrity Building in 4 batches in Uvira and Luvungi in South-Kivu province. The first batch of ToT was successfully con...

Sunday, January 20, 2019 Heri Bitamala No comments

We released a 2018 Annual Report with informative achievements. We hope that you find it useful and share it with others. We are very happy with how the year is ending and thank you for all your support this year.

However, time has not run out to make a gift to CERC. Visit Our Donation Page n...

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 Heri Bitamala No comments


In Democratic Republic of the Congo, many children from minority-marginalized groups suffer from injustice, difficulty-accessing school, and violence on their way to and at school as well as child marriage and labour. Missing out on an education will mean that students living with di...