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KWS holds International Anti-Corruption Day

The event took place at the Nairobi National Park

In Summary

• Tourism CS Najib Balala launched the corruption perception report at the event

Tourism CS Najib Balala
Tourism CS Najib Balala
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The Kenya Wildlife Service on Monday held an event to celebrate their achievements in preventing and combating corruption, as well as reaffirm their collective commitment to continued progress on these efforts.

During the function,  Tourism CS Najib Balala launched the corruption perception and experience survey report.

The event took place at the Nairobi National Park. Among the dignitaries who attended were US Embassy deputy assistant secretary Heather Merritt, KWS chairman Dr John Waithaka and Tourism CAS Joseph Boinnet.

EU head of rural development Myra Bernardi and Tourism CAS Joseph Boinnet
EU head of rural development Myra Bernardi and Tourism CAS Joseph Boinnet
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US Embassy deputy assistant secretary Heather Merritt and Heather Sveom
US Embassy deputy assistant secretary Heather Merritt and Heather Sveom
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KWS chairman Dr John Waithaka
KWS chairman Dr John Waithaka
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Wildlife Direct CEO Dr Paula Kahumbu with John Brown from US Embassy
Wildlife Direct CEO Dr Paula Kahumbu with John Brown from US Embassy
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UNODC envoy lead by regional cordinator Javier Montano, chief global programme for combating wildlife and forest crime Jorge Rios and regional rep for EA Amado de Andrés
UNODC envoy lead by regional cordinator Javier Montano, chief global programme for combating wildlife and forest crime Jorge Rios and regional rep for EA Amado de Andrés
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