UNDP and Civil Service Academy Develop Anti-Corruption Education ProgrammeOct 13, 2017
Ashgabat, 13 October 2017: The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Civil Service Academy under the President of Turkmenistan are developing a new curriculum embracing the fight against corruption.
Within the framework of the joint project “Supporting to the Civil Service Academy under the President of Turkmenistan,” a round table was held on improving existing and creating new programs to implement country-level anti-corruption interventions.
The participants of the round table were professors, teachers and students of the Academy, the Ministry of Finance and Economics, the Ministry of Education and the Central Bank of Turkmenistan, as well as international experts and UNDP staff.
One of the main focuses of round table was to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the first version of the Academy's development strategy, as well as ways to improve it. International expert Mr. Minnigulova Dinara paid special attention to the results achieved over the past 10 years and the prospects for the development of the Academy for 2018-2024.
“Our present goal is to improve and strengthen the training system for the future employees of public agencies. Being a young and dynamic organization, the Academy is actively seeking opportunities to help achieve new global and national tasks in the socio-economic sphere”, said Ms. Minnigulova.
As a result of the round table, it was decided to continue cooperation in the implementation of the training courses “Human Development” and “E – Governance”, in establishing cooperation with similar academic and training institutions in Europe and CIS, and in organizing ICT skills certification for civil servants.Contact Information