Afghanistan information sharing / Malaysia family values / Pakistan food security

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Sharing Information With The Public Can 'Reduce Corruption'Afghanistan's Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish said at a press conference that corruption is the biggest challenge when it comes to good governance and emphasized that sharing information with the people can alleviate the problem.

Masoud Ansar/TOLO News:  http://www.tolonews.com/afghanistan/sharing-information-public-can-%E2%80%98reduce-corruption%E2%80%99


Expert: Fight against corruption starts at home.  The fight against corruption should begin at home with parents instilling such values in their children, says a body language expert.

Tarrence Tan/The Star Online: http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/07/expert-fight-against-corruption-starts-at-home/


Poor governance, corruption hamper food security in Pakistan: ADB.  Pakistan is facing formidable challenges to imp­r­­oving food security beca­use of poor governance, lack of economic growth and instability within the country as well as on its borders, Asian Development Bank has said in a report.

Amin Ahmed/Dawn: https://www.dawn.com/news/1362278/poor-governance-corruption-hamper-food-security-in-pakistan-adb

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