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The President of TI-C recently took part as a speaker in a capacity and outreach workshop held in Casablanca (Morocco).

From 15 to 19 April, the Independent Integrity Unit (IIU) and the Independent Redress Mechanism (IRM) held workshops in Casablanca, Morocco, to build integrity and redress capacity among GCF Direct Access Entities (DAEs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Africa. Participants represented 11 DAEs and 13 CSOs, primarily from northern and western Africa. 

The IRM’s three-day workshop was facilitated by Communications Officer Peter Carlson and Dispute Resolution Case Associate Sue Kyung Hwang. The IIU’s two-day workshop was facilitated by Outreach & Engagement Manager Bayartsetseg Jigmiddash, Integrity & Compliance Manager Sanjeev Narrainen, and Integrity & Compliance Specialist Eunyoung Lee. 

During the IRM workshop, participants gained a better understanding of the importance of well-functioning grievance redress mechanisms for individuals affected by GCF projects. The workshop aimed at helping participants understand how to set up, manage and operate a grievance redress mechanism. The IRM also worked with civil society in better understanding how to increase awareness of the GCF and IRM with local communities.

In the IIU workshop, participants engaged in deep dive sessions on the GCF Integrity Policy Framework, analysed case studies on mitigating integrity risks, and developed action plans for strengthening their organisations’ integrity policies in line with the GCF. There was also the opportunity for participants to learn from regional experts from the African Development Bank and Transparency International Cameroon. 

Participants were actively engaged throughout the workshop, saying that the joint workshop between DAEs and CSOs “allowed us to better understand each other’s work.” They left the sessions with a stronger regional integrity and redress network, plus a plan for future check-in webinars, one-on-one consultations with GCF staff, and the formation of a WhatsApp group.

Source: site Independent Integrity Unit

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In the framework of the pilot phase of training on ethics and integrity, TI-C launched a poem and drawing competition titled, “Write a poem or sketch a drawing on ethics and integrity in the school or environmental milieu” to pupils of the PNEU school at Yaounde. On the 26th april 2022, TI-C awarded the participants to encourage their efforts on understanding the topic and their availability to learn and practice ethic and integrity  around them. 28 pupils submitted  their work and among them we chose the first five to whom we gifted communication tools alongside certificates.

Over the years TI-C has actively participated in creating awareness and to an extent succeeded in curbing corruption activities in our society through its Advocacy and legal Advice Center Institution (ALAC). This time around, with recent happenings in our schools which threaten the peace of teachers and the society at large, the TI-C staff decided to infiltrate schools and train on these topics. The objective of this training is to assess the level of understanding of these thematic, to try to divert mindsets of pupils from juvenile delinquency to adopting positive values throughout the national territory. The ultimate goal of this training is to establish participatory sessions with pupils where we can enable them vent out their worries while training them on adopting intensive ethical and integrity skills to better handle situations and easily reintegrate the society.