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Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre Liaison Officers Reinforce Skills

The training focused on effective communication, corruption risk assessment management and inter-agency information exchange.

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Some eleven Liaison Officers of the Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre (CAACC), representing anti-corruption agencies of ten countries (Botswana, Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Swaziland, Lesotho, Sierreleone, Mauritius and South Africa), took part in a workshop from the 13th to the 15th of February 2017, in Gaborone, Botswana. The purpose was to explore ways through which Commonwealth African countries can make better use of the services offered by the CAACC.
Their training focused on effective communication, corruption risk assessment management, inter-agency information exchange and the role of Desk Officers. The Liaison Officers were given the opportunity to outline their agencies’ expectations and commitments, as well as make proposals on ways of improving communication with the CAACC for an increased participation in the Centre’s activities.
While handing over certificates of attendance to the Liaison Officers, the CAACC Manager, Mr Mogolodi Sonic Rantsetse, enjoined them to show proof of integrity, objectivity and selflessness while performing their daily tasks.
The Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre was created in February 2013 by the Association of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Commonwealth Africa (AACACA). Its mission is to facilitate the exchange of information on the practices and procedures used to combat corruption, as well as provide training, mentoring, guidance and other forms of practical collaboration to staff of Anti-Corruption member Agencies.
The National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon is one of the founding members of the AACACA. Some seven senior staff of CONAC have so far received training at the CAACC in areas such as management, stolen asset recovery, managing exhibits and proceeds of crime, as well as ethics and integrity.


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