Kids learn how to crack corruption

Kids learn how to crack corruption

Teaching children to fight corruption

JOHANNESBURG -  December 9 is International Anti-Corruption Day.
It was created by the United Nations in 2003.
Liberian author and Tutu Fellow Robtel Pailey was inspired to tackle corruption after experiencing it first-hand in the country’s scholarships programme. 
In 2012 she was asked to write a book about corruption for children. 
Pailey put pen to paper and her book “Gbagba” was published in early 2013.
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With Liberian schools remaining closed due to the outbreak of Ebola, Pailey decided to bring the book to the children.

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She’s inviting the public to donate copies of Gbagba to children who have been most affected by the disease.

For information on international anti-corruption day, click here.