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(...) Corruption is a vice which is not specific to Cameroon, it is a global phenomenon, but we think a country like ours, which does not have enormous resources, will stand to benefit if we avoid wasting money and other funds. We are determined to go on and we have not only proceeded to arrest some officials who are today facing the law, but have also put in place a certain number of structures (...) _/ France 24, 31.10.07
 
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Targeting Both “Tigers” and “Flies” in the Fight Against Corruption
07-02-2014

A delegation from the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon, led by the Commission’s Chairman, Rev. Dr. Dieudonné MASSI GAMS, took an active part in the 7th Annual Conference of the International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities, IAACA, from the 22nd to the 24th of November, 2013, in Panama.[...] Lire


CONAC at the National EITI Committee
07-02-2014

The role of the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon (CONAC) in the Committee in charge of overseeing Cameroon’s compliance with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) came under review on the 12th of July 2013, during an audience granted by the Chairman of CONAC to Mr. Hugues Renaux of CAC75, an independent Consultancy firm in charge of evaluating efforts made by Cameroon to conform with the exigencies of EITI. Mr. Renaux expressed surprise that CONAC was not part of the National Committee for EITI, whereas it is supposed to be one of the statutory members. Thereafter, CONAC was invited to occupy its statutory position within the ITIE Committee, while Cameroon gained the statute of “Compliant » nation within EITI.[...] Lire


High Commissioner Bharat Joshi Says CONAC is on Track
14-06-2013

The British Diplomat, speaking at the end of an audience with the Chairman of CONAC, said the publication of the first and second annual reports of the Commission has helped to increase its visibility and credibility.[...] Lire


CONAC – ADB Ties Reinforced
13-06-2013

A delegation of members of the Executive Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (ADB) was at the headquarters of CONAC on the 13th of March 2013 for a working session. At the end of the meeting, the head of the delegation, Amadou Kone, expressed satisfaction at the work done by CONAC and promised the continuous support of the ADB to CONAC.[...] Lire


CONAC’s Efforts in Combating Corruption Lauded
13-06-2013

Results obtained in the fight against corruption in Cameroon using the Rapid Results Initiatives and the Rapid Intervention Unit were presented by the Chairman of CONAC at the 3rd Commonwealth Africa Regional Conference for Heads of Anti-corruption Agencies that took place in Mauritius from the 13th to the 17th of May, 2013. The over 50 delegates drawn from anti-corruption agencies of some 18 African countries lauded the efforts of CONAC to combat corruption using the two innovative approaches. The meeting was opened by the Mauritian Head of State, His Excellency Rajkeswar Purryag.[...] Lire


CONAC Reaches Out to Young Pupils at School Games
13-06-2013

A team from the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon (CONAC) was in Douala from the 1st to the 5th of April, 2013, to draw the attention of the education community on the need to change habits and oppose corruption, as well as reject and denounce all acts of corruption in the school milieu. The activities of CONAC during the FENASSCO B Games finals, dedicated to primary school pupils were geared at progressively putting in place the National Education Programme on Integrity, a programme elaborated by CONAC in 2010 in partnership with all the stakeholders of the education sector. It sought to build a young generation capable of saying NO to corruption at all times; a generation which will have integrity as their watch word.[...] Lire


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