Capacity building workshop for APNAC-Benin members
Corruption is generally a result of the structural weakness of the Institutions and an inability of the Public Authorities to exercise control over the rigorous impact on the actions of civil servants and economic agents. This dysfunction of control institutions often leads to the loss of confidence in the countries’ technical and financial partners, and the result is a decline in the number of projects.
Since its revitalization in September 2011, APNAC-Benin has been at the forefront of many initiatives whether in reflecting, proposing laws, in capacity-building as well as raising awareness. This was mainly possible thanks to the political will of the then parliamentary leaders and also with the support of the technical and financial partners. Under the current regime, the configuration of the National Assembly. For example, several active members were not re-elected, hence the urgent need to re-establish the various bodies by proceeding as quickly as possible to the relaunch activities. The opportunity lends itself well to this because we must seize the opportunity in the current dynamics of things with a resolute commitment from the authorities in place to make radical options in the fight against corruption with ambitious and bold reforms, especially within the 8th Legislature.
The main objective of this workshop is to better inform the actors APNAC network, taking stock of the fight against corruption and defining perspectives.