Councils’ Youths Encouraged to Deal with Corruption

The Kiribati Children’s Campaigners Network (KCCN) is partnering with KiLGA, to involve Council youth groups to run anti-corruption campaigns and inform the local leaders and communities about corruption and help prevent and stop it.

The programme is supported by UNDP which has allocated $1,000 towards it. Nine outer islands have been selected to participate because of their reliable internet connections and nearness to Tarawa. In a letter to Mayors involved, KiLGA explained that such activities as composing songs, drama, stories and performing them, would be ideal. As this is a trial, it is hoped that the remaining Councils will be involved once additional funding are received.


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