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The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission(EACC) has trained Integrity Assurance Officers to enable them to spearhead the fight against graft and unethical conduct. Opening a one-week training for the more than 50 officers drawn from various government agencies and departments, Mr. Kairichi Marimba (Deputy Director Ethics and Leadership) challenged them to lead by example in championing integrity in their respective agencies.

Mr. Kairichi Marimba DD Ethics and Leadership making opening remarks at Kenya School of Government Embu during the IAO training. .

The commission has been conducting integrity training at various public institutions whose main objective is to restore, transparency and accountability in the public service and to achieve zero tolerance to corruption through good governance. The programme also aims at building competent integrity professionals who can be relied upon to establish structures and strategies of promoting ethics integrity and accountability in conduct business at their various levels in service to the public.
Mr. Marimba welcomed the programme as a timely initiative due to the public clamour for good governance and was optimistic that it would equip the officers with the necessary knowledge and skills to spearhead the fight against graft and foster good work ethic.

The officers were taken through the legal framework dealing with conduct of a public officer, financial management and human resource management, among other issues.
Participants at the IAO training follow through presentations

The commission continues to exercise its preventive mandate through training, prevention measures and setting up of standards, as mechanisms of deterring corruption and unethical conduct within public institutions. 

The training, held at Kenya School of Government in Embu County, is one among the many planned engagements with the public service that seek to have more integrity champions to ensure better service delivery and entrenchment of integrity within the public sector.
Mr. Charles Rasugu, EACC central regional head, takes the participants through financial management in public sector.
IAO’s take a group photo at Kenya School of Government Embu. .

Posted on Friday, September 21, 2018

 

 
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