SUVA – On April 7, U.S. Embassy Suva’s Chargé d’Affaires Tony Greubel signed a US$6,470 (FJ$13,380) grant with Civic Leaders for Clean Transactions PTE Ltd (CLCT) Integrity Fiji.
The grant will allow the organization to produce creative videos and other art forms to spread the message of integrity, anti-corruption, transparency, and accountability to the Fijian public through social media and mainstream media
CDA Greubel said, “I am pleased to announce today that the U.S. Embassy Suva will support Integrity Fiji, a local NGO that focuses on addressing corruption and promoting good governance, with a grant to develop creative media content and awareness tools for the Fijian public with positive message of integrity, transparency, and accountability that will mobilize youth against corruption and promote good governance.”
CLCT Integrity Fiji will host trainings to teach youth advanced elements of filmmaking, photography and other expressive art forms. The youth will then collaborate in the production of videos, images and other media that can be used on social media to spread the word about the importance of integrity in all facets of life.
Civic Leaders for Clean Transactions PTE Ltd (CLCT) Integrity Fiji is an independent, non-government and non-partisan organization dedicated to building strong integrity systems that promotes a culture of anti-corruption and good governance. Integrity Fiji is an affiliate of Transparency International. Integrity Fiji Board Chairman, Mr. Jofiliti Saubuli is the honorary signatory for Integrity Fiji.