In Bishkek, the second series of trainings to increase the capacity of representatives of civil society institutions and activists on combating corruption is being completed.
The participants of the training considered the essence and types of corruption, countermeasures, learned the tools of fact-checking and public monitoring of public procurement, discussed the impact of corruption on the quality of life, environment and gender.
The participants discussed the mechanisms of corruption prevention and the role of civil society at the local and national levels.
At the end of the training, a round table was held to discuss the idea
creation of the Anti-Corruption Coalition.
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” is being implemented by the Central Asian Institute for the Study of Corruption and Money Laundering with financial support from 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.