Using Game to learn Integrity values.

Playing board game can be an entertaining way for children to build key skills on some important subjects such as Integrity, Anti-Corruption, Gender Equality, and Democracy… Integrity Action with the UNODC support have designed a Non-Electronic Game “Snakes and Ladders – INTEGRITY GAME” to educate school age…

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Adressing stigma and discrimination in Education

Taking action against stigma and discrimination is essential for achieving Millennium Development Goals. Acts of discrimination in all its form deny people’s rights to information, to appropriate education and health services, and to participate meaningfully in community actions. In Democratic Republic of the Congo as in other post-conflict countries, fear…

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6 Civil Society Organisations trained on Community Integrity Building

From 4th – 6th June, CERC conducted a three days capacity building training on Community Integrity Building  for 6 Civil Society Organisations from 2 provinces (South-Kivu and North-Kivu) as well the representatives of the Provincial ministry of education.  A total of 15 participants has trained to engage in embedding anti-corruption…

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DYNTRA and CERC launched an online Municipal Transparency Portal

Uvira, February 7, 2018 – The Dynamic OpenGov Technologies (DYNTRA) and Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption (CERC) today (February 2018) launched an online Municipal Transparency Portal to measures in real time the transparency level of the 191 municipalities of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in a dynamic, efficient, transparent, open…

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CERC is delighted to publish its first annual report.

Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption is delighted to publish its first annual report. CERC is a young organization and has enormous potential. Through continued citizen awareness and education and bold efforts to prevent corruption by building integrity, it is reasonable to believe that CERC can and will make progress in tackling…

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Do you know that Analphabetism, Poverty and hunger are often the result of corruption?

The answer, we believe, lies with the children. “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). Through our Integrity Building programme , we seek to equip them with good values at a stage when their character is formed can help reduce the likelihood of children growing up to become corrupt.
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