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For the 10th time, Rwanda will celebrate the international anti corruption day
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Kigali, 23th November 2016: " Get involved, Report Corruption" is the theme of this year’s anti corruption which will be launched on 3rd December 2016. It is scheduled that a radio and TV will launch the long week campaign with the participation of the Ombudsman, spokesperson of Rwanda National Police, representative of Ministry of Local Government and the CEO of Private Sector Federation. The anti corruption week will be closed on 9th December 2016 with the celebration of the International Anti corruption day.

Different activities will be conducted during the week among them delivering anti corruption message in mass sports on Kigali car free day on 4th December 2016. On the following day, the anti corruption youth congress gathering District youth council and anti corruption clubs members will be held with the objective of engaging youth in the anti corruption fight.

A consultative meeting with media practioners on their role in the fight against corruption is scheduled on 7th December 2016 as well as a workshop with religious leaders under the theme " Role of faith based organization in fighting corruption".
The celebration of the International Anti corruption day will mark the closing of the anti corruption week on 9th December 2016 and during the ceremony the 3 best performing in District Anti corruption Advisory Council competition will be awarded.

The Government of Rwanda has celebrated the International Anti corruption day since 2006.

 
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