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Fighting Corruption In Schools

Posted by Admin on Jul 29th, 2010 and filed under Economie, Politique. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Two seminars were organised in Douala last week on the fight against corruption in schools. The seminars held at the same venue, John Paul II Spiritual Centre, as if to confirm the need to seek spirituality in the fight against corruption. The first seminar, which ran from July 19-21, was jointly organised by the Catholic Relief Service and the programme, “Change Habit, Oppose Corruption’.

The seminar, which was the training of trainers, brought together 60 teachers drawn from some Catholic, Protestant and Islamic schools in the Littoral Region, which have been selected for a pilot phase of a project to fight corruption in the school milieu. The fight against corruption has been instituted as a subject in the teaching programme of those schools. One of the resource persons, Justine O. Bedome explained that the objective of the seminar was to enable teachers lead the fight against corruption.

The second seminar, which held from July 22-23, was organised by the National Commission for the Fight Against Corruption, CONAC. It drew participants from the Basic, Secondary and Higher Education sectors to brainstorm and make proposals for the elaboration of a national strategy by CONAC, for the fight against corruption in schools.

By Joe Dinga Pefok|Monday, July 29, 2010|the post webedition|

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