The LG Toolkit amended with an Anti-Corruption section

8 June – The KiLGA’s Local Government Toolkit, produced to provide information, advice and relevant tools for Mayors and Councillors, is still in its final draft form. However, the National Anti-Corruption committee has agreed that it should be utilized to promote anti-corruption practices in Councils. A new section to focus on anti-corruption will be included in the toolkit.
The toolkit was developed with assistance from UNDP in 2015 and has undergone trialing and consultation in some Councils and with some Council leaders. A draft copy of the newly-developed anti-corruption section has been submitted to the Public Service Integrity and Corruption Control Unit, for their inputs.

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