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ACB bags two international awards

Australia-based International Anti Corruption Academy, an organisation that believes in tackling corruption using new and holistic approach, has awarded Malawi’s Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) two awards through its 2024 collective action awards.

ACB submitted two initiatives to the academy, which included the Anti- Corruption SourceBook Initiative and Sports Integrity Initiative.

Africa got only three awards out of the 10 that were awarded.

The Anti-Corruption Sourcebook targets primary school teachers to instill “Ubuntu” values, a concept of humanity, to learners through their coursework and ACB works hand in hand with the Ministry of Education and Malawi Institute of Education.

The Sports Integrity Initiative targets sports administrators to be accountable in their duties and ACB works hand in hand with the Football Association of Malawi and other key stakeholders in sports.

Director General of ACB, Martha Chizuma, says the initiatives are helping out in the fight against corruption through the use of holistic approaches that do not use repression.

Quality Assurance Officer of Ministry of Education, Ausbin Masachi, says to achieve Malawi 2063, there is a need for a corrupt-free nation.

The 2024 Collective action awards took place in Kenya, Nairobi.

By Annette Kampango

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