We can all help prevent public sector corruption and make sure public funds are spent as intended – maintaining Victoria’s schools, hospitals, roads and other vital public services and projects.
Whether you’re a public sector employee, government supplier or member of the public, you can learn about and take action to prevent corruption.
You can contact your nearest Anti-Corruption official in person or through telephone or even email. More information can be obtained even on phone through the Phone Number: 0115533852 or 6133. The complaint can be filed with the Deputy Superintendent of Police or Inspector of Police.
In addition, you can open the official Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption commission Website https://feac.gov.et and chose the New Case Report under Pointing Menu and submit your report.
To create awareness in Ethiopian society that corruption will not be condoned or tolerated by promoting ethics and anti-corruption education. To prevent corruption offenses and other improprieties. To create and promote integrity and public services.
As part of a series of wide civil service reforms, the Government of Ethiopia established an anti-corruption commission in 2001 (and defined powers in the revised Proclamation 433 of 2005).
It threatens sustainable economic development, ethical values, and justice; it destabilizes our society and endangers the rule of law. It undermines the institutions and values of our democracy. Many acts of corruption deprive our citizens of their constitutional and human rights