Public health education / Indonesia village funds / Malaysia obstacles

Incorporating Corruption and Accountability into Public Health Education (commentary).  "Students graduate from public health programs with little knowledge about the causes and consequences of corruption in the health sector, the reasons why good governance is so important to health care systems, the best ways to prevent, detect, and report cases of corruption."

Former KPK boss appointed to oversee graft-mired village funds.  Former Corruption and Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Bibit Samad Rianto has been selected to oversee the Village Funds Task Force to monitor the disbursement of government funds and prevent their misuse.

Groups recount obstacles to Malaysia’s fight against corruption. Malaysia continues to face four fundamental issues that hamper efforts to combat corruption, said three civil society groups that helped review its adherence to Article 13 of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).

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