Main Campus Maktaba Hall (JKML)
The Estates Manager speak during the University Staff training on Corruption Prevention, Ethics and Integrity...
As part of its strategy to sensitize staff on corruption prevention, ethics and integrity, the University of Nairobi held a capacity building workshop for members of staff from central administration.
Presiding over the opening ceremony, Ag. Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration and Finance, Prof Isaac Mbeche, revealed that the University has put in place mechanisms to eradicate corruption in order to improve service delivery. He pointed out some of the corruption risks areas in the Central Administration and asked the participants to reflect and develop strategies to deal with the issues.
“In order to deliver your mandate effectively and efficiently as per our service charter, there are some issues that need to be addressed,” he said.
Facilitators at the workshop challenged the members of staff to develop innovative ways of improving service delivery through automation, comply with QMS management system, maintain high standards of performance and level of professionalism, ensure integrity and security of records and most importantly, take personal responsibility for the consequences of any actions or omissions.
The phenomenon of corruption, policy and legal framework in the fight and eradication against corruption, leadership and integrity guidelines on the conduct of public and state officers are among the topics covered during the sensitization workshop which was held on June 8, 2016.
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