a. Decreased levels of tolerance for corruption by individuals, church and community
i. In collaboration with public and private sector develop and advocate for adoption of policies, regulatory frameworks, accountability mechanisms and tools which
• inculcate national values about stewardship in public service procurement and service delivery at all levels
• leadership and institutional management accountability framework for results at all levels
• service charters and pricing at all service delivery points
• social accountability mechanisms to enhance results-based financing for targeted improved service delivery
ii. Build a strong user interactive website and post training guides and selfreflective short questionnaires aimed at causing behavioural change across the nation
iii. Develop a well authenticated report on those who have done well and a shame list of those involved in corruption.
b. Enhanced capacity to partner with the state and communities in fighting corruption
i. Develop and disseminate a bible study guide on corruption
ii. Review the new educational curriculum for its content on ethics and anticorruption
iii. Coordinated and dedicated sermons across churches and Christian Unions e.g. on World Anticorruption Day on corruption and tribalism
iv. Promote and support Name & Shame for corrupt leaders and institutions and Recognition awards for ethical and upright leaders.
c. Increase in individuals and churches promoting peace, justice, and reconciliation in the nation
i. Partnership with university and college students, churches and civil society to promote harmony and positive ethnicity;
ii. Mentor university/college students and young graduates in ethical living;
iii. Promote use of Hesabika Bible Study material on anti-corruption and justice issues in the workplace, churches, and for individuals.