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APNAC

 

REPUBLIC OF RWANDA

PARLIAMENT

AFRICAN PARLIAMENTARIANS NETWORK AGAINST CORRUPTION – RWANDA (APNAC-RWANDA)

 

The Rwandan Parliamentarians’ Network Against Corruption is affiliated to the African Parliamentarians’ Network Against Corruption (APNAC) working in over than 21 African countries including Rwanda.

APNAC-Rwanda was established on 10th January  2005, to support Rwandan Government action in preventing and fighting against corruption and related offences, within the framework of parliamentary diplomacy.

In the process of consultation and development of productive partnership with organisations and institutions involved fighting against corruption and related offences, APNAC-RWANDA serves as a forum of concertation, elaboration of strategies and exchange of information within Parliament of Rwanda.

It works with different partners in preventing and fighting against all kinds of corruption and related offences. Thus, all the population is invited to fight corruptions and other related offences given the fact that corruption constitutes a curse to the Rwandan economy and development of African countries and the whole world.

1. VISION

The vision of APNAC-RWANDA is to advocate for a society free of corruption, well informed on its rights and duties which creates a favourable environment to the well-being of the population activities and for the investments.

2. MISSION

The mission of APNAC-RWANDA is to coordinate and reinforce the means that African parliamentarians already have to fight corruption and promote good governance.

3.SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

The APNAC-RWANDA’s objectives consist to:

1. Reinforce the parliamentarians’ capacities in prevention and fight against corruption through legislative mission of the parliament and that of controlling governmental action,

2. Exchange of ideas and information with state-controlled institutions and Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) with aim of fight against corruption and related offences,

3. Set up strategies and programs to prevent and fight against corruption and related offences,

4. Sensitize the population on harmful consequences of corruption and related offences,

5. Create awareness on actions of parliament in preventing and fighting against corruption and related offences,

6. Exchange information with other partners,

7. Make research on corruption and related offences

4. ORGANISATIONAL CHART

1.General Assembly;

2.Coordination Committee;

3.Supervision Committee;

4.Commissions;

5.Advisory committee.

5. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

APNAC-RWANDA adopted its strategic plan of 2011-2016 for better performance and efficient in analyse, exchange of information and in development of partnerships with other actors in preventing and fighting against corruption at national, regional and international level in order to contribute to the capacity reinforcement of APNAC-RWANDA members and also to the development of partnerships for effective fight against corruption at all levers and in different domains.

6. GLOBAL OBJECTIVE

Contribute to capacity building of its members, and development of partnerships for effective fight against corruption at all levels and in different domains.

7. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

APNAC-RWANDA to be effective in analyse, exchange of information and in development of partnerships with other actors in preventing and fighting against corruption at national, regional and international level.

8. STRATEGIC ORIENTATIONS

1.Institutional and organisational capacity building of APNAC-RWANDA;

2.Develop initiatives for prevention and fight against corruption;

3.Development of partnerships with other actions in preventing and fight against corruption.

9. EXPECTED RESULTS

1.APNAC-RWANDA to be efficient with high-performance in implementing in action its mission of preventing and fight against corruption

2.Increased prevention and fight against corruption initiatives of APNAC-RWANDA

3.Improve partnership of APNAC-RWANDA with other actors in fight against corruption.

10.STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES

10.1.Capacity building of APNAC-Rwanda

1.Reinforce parliamentarians’ capacities in prevention and fight against corruption in the countries in relation to legislative mission of the parliament and that of controlling governmental action.

2. Contribute to the implementation of set up of national policy of prevention and fight against corruption and related offences.

3.Advocate for prevention and fight against corruption mechanisms reinforcement

4.Develop efficient communication systems with the public

5.Make follow-up and evaluation of activities against corruption and related offences.

10.2.Prevention and fight against corruption initiatives

1)Carry out researches on corruption specifically on forms of corruption, its harmful consequences on development of the country and on the policy of good governance in general and present a report to the parliament for effective control of governmental action

2)Advocate for initiation of bills and amendment of laws on prevention and fight against corruption and related offences

3)Sensitise Rwandans on harmful effect consequences of corruption and related offences

4)Carry out study tours to exchange with different actors on corruption and related offences

5)Organise awareness seminars and conferences on the fight against corruption and related offences for culture of transparency.

6)Advocate for better access of citizens to public and private services

10.3 Development of partnerships

10.3.1.Synergy and partnership

1)Promote synergy and partnership against corruption and related offences

2)Set up strategies and programs of prevention and fight against corruption and related offences

3)Create awareness of parliamentary activities in prevention and fight against corruption.

10.3.2.Exchange of information

1)Exchange of ideas and information with state-controlled institutions and non governmental organizations with aim of fight against corruption and related offences.

2)Exchange of views with other parliaments in Africa and other countries in the world problems encounted and realisation done in prevention and fight against corruption and related offences

3)Partnership or cooperation with different partners supporting development of the country

4)Promote rapid set up of monitoring Watchdog against corruption and related offences

11.BENEFICIARIES

1)Rwandan parliamentarians

2)Prevention and fight against corruption and related be it in public or private institutions

3)Population in general

4) Rwanda, other African countries, international organisation and forein countries.

12.PARTNERS

1)Rwandan government

2)African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC)

3)Development partners

4)Civil society

5)Private sector

5) Rwandan population.

 

CONTACT ADRESS

APNAC-RWANDA

Parliament of Rwanda building
Kimihurura/Kigali City

P.O Box 352 Kigali – Rwanda

Fax : (250)583975

Tel : (250)786686513

E-mail : apnacrwanda@gmail.com

http://www.rwandaparliament.gov.rw