The Central Asian Research Institute onCorruption and Money Laundering continues a series of trainings to increase the capacity of representatives of civil society institutions.
So, on February 14 and 15, a training was held in Batken, where participants were able to expand their knowledge on corruption issues, get acquainted with the mechanisms for counteracting it and access to information, and also carried out practical work to gain skills in fact-checking and public monitoring of public procurement. The trainings discussed the manifestations of nepotism and conflict of interest in the state and municipal service, as well as the impact of corruption on the quality of life, the environment and gender.
The training is carried out within the framework of the project “Improving the capacity of civil society institutions on combating corruption in the Kyrgyz Republic and creating a Coalition of organizations to promote anti-corruption initiatives” with the financial support of the Democratic Commission of the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in the training are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the US Department of State.