Integrity Idol is a global campaign that started in Nepal in 2014, then reached Liberia in 2015, Pakistan and Mali in 2016 and has now plan to set its foot in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). As the name suggests, this campaign is an initiative taken to recognize and honor those civil servants of the Democratic Republic of the Congo who have been working with integrity
This report is a compilation of the results of our first households corruption perception survey conducted in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo by the Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption. In total 980 people has been interviewed. Results will be used to help government, civil society and the private sector to formulate and implement policies and programs to strengthening integrity and good governance in DRC and thereby reduce corrupt practices.
The Adviser of the Head of State in the fight against corruption, in a 20-page document sent in June 2015 to the General Prosecutor, Flory Kabange Numbi, the President Joseph Kabila lodged a complaint against four Governors namely: Moses Katumbi Chapwe (Katanga), Alphonse Ngoy Kasanji (Kasai Oriental), Alex Kande (Kasai Occidental) and Marcellin Chisambo Ruhoya (South Kivu). The complaint lodged on behalf of the Congolese president by his special adviser
This document defines a Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) strategy for Integrity Action for 2016-2021. With this strategy, integrity action seeks to ensure that gender equality and social inclusion are integrated into all aspects of their work and that their partners are supported to reduce inequalities and exclusion. Readthe full document here : Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Strategy (GESI) for 2016-2021.
In Democratic Republic of the Congo, the corruption has not yet received the full attention of the country’s authorities, despite the fact that the country is ranked 147th out of 168 in the latest Transparency International’s Global Corruption Perception Index. Misappropriation of revenues in the mining and telecommunication sectors, tax evasion and money laundering is the most serious evil affecting the country’s ranking. Up to US $15 billion are estimated to
Since may 8, 2017, we are conducting our first Households Corruption Survey to take a close perception of corruption in South Kivu. During this survey, we regroups community members to whom we provide trainings on how they can build integrity and hold both local government, implementing agencies. service providers and NGOs to account. The motivated people mobilise other people in their own community. The communities’ biggest focus is the