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This Directorate is responsible for the formulation and coordination of the implementation of national anti-corruption policy.

This directorate has the mandate to handle and prosecute all criminal cases in the country, delegate such powers where necessary, having regard to public interest, administration of justice and the need to prevent abuse of legal process.

The African Ombudsman Association (AOMA) works to support and protect the independence and development of African Ombudsman Institutions by promoting information exchanges and best practices for the advancement of good governance and human rights in Africa

The East African Association of the Anti-Corruption Authorities (EAAACA) was formed on 28th September 2007 in Kampala Uganda when the heads of the National Anti-corruption Authorities of Kenya, United Republic of Tanzania and Uganda signed the Kampala Declaration of East African Association of Anti-corruption Authorities. It was launched in Nairobi, Kenya on 9th November 2007 when the EAAACA Constitution was signed. Currently the headquarters are located in Kampala, Uganda

The establishment of the International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities (IAACA) was initiated at the High-Level Political Conference for the Purpose of Signing the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) in Merida, Mexico in December 2003, and has since received enthusiastic support among the various anti-corruption authorities in many countries, as well as critical advice from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) at Vienna. Currently the IAACA has more than 300 organizational members which cover nearly all law enforcement for national institutions and bodies entrusted with the task of fighting against corruption and more than 2000 individual members, including prosecutors, investigators and experts with experience in anti-corruption research or practice.

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission of Kenya is mandated to combat and prevent corruption through enforcement of the law, educating the public and enlisting their support against corruption and providing preventive services through promotion/ development of good practices to seal opportunities and loop holes that facilitate corruption in Kenya.

Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB)

The website gives you a clear and understandable information about the office of the Ombudsman of Rwanda and its mission. It also offers guidelines on how to lodge a complaint with the Ombudsman.You will be regularly updated with press releases, laws, news events, Ombudsman Magazine (Umuvunyi Magazine) and received complaints,etc.

The International Ombudsman Institute (I.O.I.), established in 1978, is the only global organisation for the cooperation of more than 150 Ombudsman institutions. In addition to its periodic conferences the I.O.I. fosters regional and international information exchange. The International Ombudsman Institute is organised in regional chapters in Africa, Asia, Australasia & Pacific, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America, and North America. The organisation has three working languages, English, French and Spanish.

The IAP is the only worldwide organization of prosecutors. It was established in 1995 and now has more than 145 organizational members from over 96 different jurisdictions, representing every continent, as well as many individual members.

The institution of the Office of the Auditor-General, also known as the Supreme Audit Institution of Uganda, has been created by the Constitution and the National Audit Act 2008 to act on behalf of the citizens of Uganda, in providing an independent assurance on the use of public resources (Article 163 of the Constitution).

INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT COVID-19 PREVENTION STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPS) According to World Health Organization, Coronaviruses (COVID-19) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death. The spread of COVID-19 between humans is being driven by droplet transmission. The virus is transmitted from a sick person to a healthy person through respiratory droplets when the sick person coughs or talks close to another person. It can also be spread by touching contaminated surfaces or objects, and then touching eyes, nose or mouth. COVID 19 may spread from contact with contaminated surfaces or objects. The President in his addresses to the Nation on matters of COVID-19 has consistently emphasized the need to ensure compliance with COVID-19 prevention measures as stipulated by the Ministry of Health (MOH). The Covid-19 outbreak call for intensive COVID-19 prevention standards because of its fast spread. Non-compliance of Covid19 SOPs at the workplace may pose a risk to all staff and may lead to further spread of the infection