Announcements

November 2011

New tool to combat corruption in Africa

Corruption is definitely not unique to Africa alone. It prevails globally in one form or another in practically all countries and regions. However, combating corruption in Africa requires a number of innovative and proactive measures (including collective multi-stakeholder action involving the public and private sector as well as civil society) to tackle the constellation of factors that create a fertile ground for corruption in Africa.

The Pan-African Anti-corruption Forum on "Public-Private Strategies to Improve Governance", hosted by the Kingdom of Lesotho recognized that a major aspect of Africa's ability to fight corruption and improve governance involves our ability to take stock of anti-corruption approaches, as well as to effectively measure reform efforts and national and sectoral performance in terms of governance.

In taking forward this recommendation, the Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) in partnership with the Governance and Public Administration Division of the UNECA (GPAD-UNECA) co hosted the 1st working group meeting in Addis Ababa on the 14-15th of November in conjunction with BAAC Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania and key official African institutions, including the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption, the African Development Bank.

The aim of the project is to develop a benchmarking tool, which will provide a broadly based assessment measure that is able to identify gaps and measure progress regarding anticorruption regimes and processes at a national level in a properly contextualized manner, thereby reducing reliance on purely perceptual measures.

September 2011

Business Symposium on The National Anti-Corruption Strategy

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) in collaboration with the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and the Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) has organized a business symposium to inform the business community on the implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy in the private sector, raise awareness in the public sector of the commitment and actions taken by the private sector in addressing corruption issues as well as contribution and support of the Business Action Against Corruption and MCCCI. Participation is free.

Please confirm your attendance with Ms Ulemu Chiumia on 08 88 841 750 or send email to mccci@mccci.org. Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel, 22 Septmeber, 2011, The objective of the symposium among others, is to inform the business community on the implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy in the private sector, raise awareness in the public sector of the commitment and actions taken by the private sector in addressing corruption issues as well as contribution and support of the Business Action Against Corruption and MCCCI. Participation is free. Please confirm your attendance with Ms Ulemu Chiumia on 08 88 841 750 or send email to mccci@mccci.org

Proposed Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) Launch

We are proud to announce that following the work done by TPSF in collaboration with the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB), Human Rights and Development Trust of Southern Africa from June 2009 (HURIDETSA) and the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC), the Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) Tanzania Chapter will be launched on 19th September 2011 in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.The launch will be on 19th September 2011 from 0800 hours, at the Movenpick Royal Palm Hotel. This auspicious event is expected to be graced by Honourable Mizengo Peter Pinda, Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania.

February 2011

Public-Private Strategies to Improve Governance

A forum to be hosted by Government of Lesotho, BAAC and Commonwealth Business Council (CBC), 23‑24 March 2011, Maseru, Kingdom of Lesotho  

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Malawi, September 2011

In this issue: MCCCI holds Business Symposium

BAAC Malawi, September 2011 (PDF - 941KB)

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