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 EAST AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANTI-CORRUPTION AUTHORITIES (EAAACA)  online

 

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In June 2012 Swedish International Development Cooperation (SIDA) entered into an agreement with EAAACA, under the project, “Strengthening Capacity for EAAACA to prevent and combat corruption in East Africa”, to support its planned activities under three (3) strategic objectives including;

i)      To strengthen the capacity of EAAACA Secretariat for effective coordination, monitoring and implementation of its strategic plan.

ii)       To strengthen the capacities of EAAACA members authorities to combat and prevent corruption.

iii)      To improve communication, information and knowledge exchange on strategies for preventing and combating corruption among member authorities, governments, media and other stakeholders for effective coordination.

The project is in its second phase of implementation ending 31st December 2013

Since 2008, World Bank/ StAR/UNODC have supported EAAACA to train a cadre of Trainers of Trainers as part of a programme to build domestic Asset Recovery Capacity of staff of EAAACA member authorities to be able to prevent the laundering of proceeds of corruption and to facilitate more systematic and timely return of stolen assets within their respective institutions. The training include;

  • Asset Recovery Workshop that took place from 27th -29th November 2008 in Kampala, Uganda.
  • Advance Training of Investigators of EAAACA that took place from 23rd – 28th March 2009 in Mombasa, Kenya.
  • EAAACA workshop to design Training of Trainers Course on Asset Recovery that took place 20th -24th September 2010 in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Stolen Asset Recovery and Illicit Financial Flows Capacity Building that took place from 13th – 18th June 2011 in Kigali, Rwanda.
  • Stolen Asset Recovery workshop that took place in Kampala, Uganda, from 23rd- 28th January 2012 in Kampala, Uganda.

At the EAAACA 6th AGM in Mwanza, Tanzania 20th November 2012, representatives from World Bank/StAR made presentations and gave an update on the training programme on capacity building for EAAACA on Asset Tracing and Recovery, and a study conducted on Illicit Financial Flows in East Africa. For more information download their reports and materials here

 

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    News updates

    EAAACA has successfully held its extra-ordinary Executive Committee Meeting and Hand-Over Ceremony of EAAACA Presidency that took place on 25th Feb. 2014 at EAAACA Secretariat
    Ms. Irene Mulyagonja, Inspector General of Government of Uganda, handed over presidency to Mr. Mumo Matemu, MBS, Chairperson Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission of Kenya

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    Asset Recovery inter-agency Network for Eastern Africa.(ARIN EA) held a steering committee meeting at the EAAACA Secretariat from 5th-7th February 2014
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    Anti Corruption Institutions of partner states of South Sudan, Ethiopia and Djibouti were granted full membership of EAAACA. These include;
    South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission,
    Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission of Ethiopia, and
    Inspection General State of Djibouti.
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    Up Coming Events

    1 .Next meeting for the Steering committee of ARIN –EA to held from 12th -14th May 2014
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    2.The AGM of ARIN –EA to be held from 17th- 22st July 2014 in Kenya.
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    3.ARIN EA to carry out training to form held from 21-25th July 2014 in Burundi
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    4.ARIN –EA to hold both internal & international interagency dissemination meetings’
    30th-04-2014(internal)
    30th -11-2014(international)

    Secretariat Contacts

    East African Association
    of Anti Corruption Authorities
    Block 12, Plot No.
    1466, upper Mawanda Road
    Near Kampala city cable
    Mulago Kampala,
    P O Box 12274, Kampala, Uganda
    Tel:+ 256 414 346185
    Fax: +256 414 346185
    Email:generalsecretary@eaaaca.org
    Website:www.eaaaca.org