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Transparency International Fighting Corruption

'If we love PNG, then we can make it a better country for our children and the future.”

This was the message from Transparency International PNG Executive Director Emily Taule.

 

She was speaking at the commemoration of the International Anti-Corruption Day in Port Moresby yesterday.

 

Transparency International is to lead a delegation to a workshop on climate change in Bali, Indonesia this week.

 

The delegation hopes to learn about key safeguards on how REDD can be introduced in the PNG forest governance sector.

 

The workshop is hosted by Transparency International Indonesia.

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