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This page contains the latest news and events stories from ARAP’s work.  

It presents the purpose and outcomes from Programme workshops, trainings and other key moments designed to make a positive change in the fight against corruption, as well as other significant anti-corruption developments in Ghana.

October: Summary of news
October: Summary of news
11/11/2019

A brief summary of our activities during  October.

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The Ghana  Police Service “Communicating with Communities”
The Ghana Police Service “Communicating with Communities”
11/11/2019

Using a competency-based learning approach, the course starts by defining a policing function as a series of competencies, or clusters of skills and associated knowledge.

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The Inspector General of the General Police Service received the ARAP’s Team Leader
The Inspector General of the General Police Service received the ARAP’s Team Leader
01/11/2019

During the meeting, ARAP presented the results of the just closing “Communication with Communities” programme and analysed with the IGP the future collaborations in different areas within the legal department, the communication department, the operational department, and the technological (ICT) units.

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The Judicial Service held its Strategic Plan Validation Workshop
The Judicial Service held its Strategic Plan Validation Workshop
31/10/2019

The Judicial Service (JS), from 31 October to 1 November 2019, held the validation workshop on the Strategic Plan for the Judiciary and Judicial Service of Ghana (2020 – 2024). ARAP has been supporting the judiciary to achieve this strategy to provide a long-term plan to effectively deliver its mandate of “Equal Access to Quality Justice”.

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The European Union donates over 48 thousands euros worth of drones and digital equipment to the Environmental Protection Agency
The European Union donates over 48 thousands euros worth of drones and digital equipment to the Environmental Protection Agency
15/10/2019

In an effort to continue its support to regulate the small scale mining sector in Ghana, the European Union has donated 48 thousand euros worth of drones and equipment to the Environmental Protection Agency. 

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