As part of our grassroots effort to combat corruption, AFRITAL held a one month project tagged P.E.A.C.E (Peace Education, Arts and
Cultural Education), this project was aimed at building the capacity of
secondary school children in the area of peace building, arts and culture.
With the knowledge of the Brussels forum, we integrated Anti-Corruption Module into
this project and at the end of the day it was very effective as we used the
cultural skills and dance to pass messages on the dangers of corruption, we
also encouraged the young school children to use painting and the arts to fight
At the end of the day a GYAC Anti-corruption club was set up in the school to report corrupt practices amongst their peers in the classroom
to the GYAC Club and the club would forward to the teacher in charge who is a
volunteer in our club.
We have concluded plans also to continue to hold monthly anti-corruption club meeting in the school from where we are going to develop
anti-corruption materials and fliers to spread round to other school and among
other students to combat corruption and fight corruption in the education
sector at the local level.
we are currently building the capacity of this young people and we are seeing how the club can spread afar.