Integrity Fiji has received a grant of more than $13,000 from the US Embassy which will allow them to produce creative videos and other art forms to spread the message of integrity, anti-corruption, transparency and accountability through mainstream media and social media.
Charge d Affaires, Tony Greubel says they will support Integrity Fiji which focuses on addressing corruption and promoting good governance.
Greubel says the US has made anti-corruption a national security priority.
He further says by partnering with youths to promote integrity, they seek to promote accountability and a fair environment in which to work and compete.
Integrity Fiji Board Chairman Jofiliti Saubuli says Fiji is a signatory to the UN Convention Against Corruption and they see that as a mandate to combat corruption.
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