NACS - NEWSLETTER VOLUME 4 - ISSUE 4
8. FRANCIS BEN KAIFALA ESQ., COMMISSIONER, ADDRESSING OGP MEMBERS IN MARAKESH VALIDATION OF 2019 - 2023 NACS MONITORING REPORT BY MDAS IN FREETOWN OGP ENGAGEMENT AT THE FREETOWN CITY COUNCIL HALL MONITORING OF THE NACS 2019—2023 AT THE BO CITY COUNCIL
7. Page 7 DEPUTY COMMISISONER AND CROSS SECTION OF OGP MEMBERS SIERRA LEONE OGP ENGAGEMENT MR. KALILU TOTANGI, CHAIRMAN NACCED ADDRESSING OGP MEMBERS
6. Page 6 DEPUTY COMMISISONER AND BOARD MEMBERS CHATTING WITH THE NACS TEAM ACC DEPUTY COMMISISONER AND BOARD MEMBERS VISIT NACS SECRETARIAT DEPUTY COMMISISONER AND BOARD MEMBERS CHATTING WITH THE NACS DIRECTOR NACS DIRECTOR LEADS TEAM OF EXPERTS TO THE ACC COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE TEAM OF EXPERTS ENJOYING THE VIEW AT THE ACC COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE TEAM OF EXPERTS AT THE ACC COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE
3. Page 3 NACS 2024 - 2028 INCEPTION MEETING WITH THE TEAM OF EXPERTS TEAM OF EXPERTS INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION WITH TEAM OF EXPERTS NACS DIRECTOR AND DEPUTY DIRECTOR TEAM OF EXPERTS SECOND ENGAGEMENT UMARU FOFANA LEADS TEAM OF EXPERTS SECOND ENGAGEMENT
5. Page 5 NACS ENGAGEMENT WITH SIERRA LEONE AIRPORT AUTHORITY IN LUNGI NACS ENGAGEMENT IN TONKOLILI DISTRICT COUNCIL NACS ENGAGEMENT IN MATTRU JONG NACS STEERING COMMITTEE ENGAGED ACC COMMISSIONER, FRANCIS BEN KAIFALA ESQ STEERING COMMITTEE GROUP PHOTO WITH COMMISSIONER MRS. FRANCESS ALGHALI CHAIRMAN, NACS STEERING COMMITTEE
4. Page 4 FRANCIS BEN KAILFALA ESQ. COMMISSIONER NABILLAHI - MUSA KAMARA DIRECTOR OF NACS TEAM OF EXPERTS AND ACC LEADERSHIP AUGUSTINE FODAY NGOBIE DEPUTY COMMISISONER INCEPTION MEETING BETWEEN THE ACC AND EXPERTS TEAM GROUP PHOTO, EXPERT TEAM AND ACC
2. Page 2 MR ALFRED KAMANDA ES Q. MEMBER MR JONATHAN KPAKIWA MEMBER MR IBRAHIM TOMMY MEMBER MS. KOLONEH SANKOH MEMBER MR KEBBE A. KOUROMA MEMBER MR MOHAMED ABU SESAY MEMBER MR UMARU FOFANA CHAIRMAN MS. VALNORA EDWIN MEMBER
1. MEET T HE TEAM E DITO R - IN C H IE F Wilfred J. Bangura LA YOUT A ND GR A PH IC Philippa M Davies ED I TORIA L AD V I SE RS Nabilahi - Musa Kamara Zainab Othman PHOT O NEWSL ETT ER Issue:4 Volume 4 October, 2023 FRANCIS BEN KAIFALA ESQ. ACC COMMISISONER AUGUSTINE FODAY NGOB IE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER A s the national coordina- tion vehicle, the NACS Secretariat is at the core of the effective implementation of the National Anti - Corruption Strategy (NACS). In an effort towards strengthening its effectiveness, the Secretariat has undertaken an in - depth review of its functions and operations. Irrespective of the tremendous gains already attained, what has become glaring in this review is that the NACS needs improved publicity and increased communication. Although the Secretariat is at present unitizing the Commission’s es- tablished channels and structures such as working with the Public Education and External Outreach Department, there is still need for greater visibility for the na- tional efforts by MDAs and other partners in the combating and control of corruption. This position was reinforced by the NACS Steering Committee when they advised that the publicity should include: Specific examples of good practice in initiating anti - corruption policies Creating and publicly sharing league tables to publicise MDAs’ performance, and Public recognition for good performance. Maintaining improved and good communication in the form of newsletters, bulletins, press releases and photo news is believed to enhance access to information. Therefore, the urge to effectively utilise the aforesaid communication tools can- not be overemphasized. The publication of this NACS PHOTO NEWS is geared towards contributing to the collective and diverse approaches in communicating the task of coordinating and implementing the National Anti - Corruption Strategy. This edition particularly showcases images, scenes and events, both past and present, covering the implementation and coordi- nation of the current NACS which expires in December 2023 and also photos depicting the crafting of the 2024 - 2028 National Anti - Corruption Strategy. Given its distinct set of activities and a national coordination mandate, irrespective of its institutional arrangements, NACS requires substantial innovations and new approaches to carry out its mandate effectively. Exploring such developments, partnership and avenues are now being seriously considered as the country develops its 5 th Generation National Anti - Corruption Strategy.
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