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GIACC-Tanzania

About GIACC-Tanzania

GIACC-Tanzania is an independent not-for-profit organisation based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.  It is an Affiliate of GIACC-International.

GIACC-Tanzania believes that corruption can only be prevented and dealt with if both public and private sector organisations implement effective anti-corruption measures as a necessary and core part of their day-to-day corporate, procurement and project management.

It was founded in 2023 by Eng. Laurent Ndalichako, Eng. Shabani Mande and other leading industrial professionals. It is led by Eng. Laurent Ndalichako, who is GIACC-Tanzania Executive Chairman.

GIACC-Tanzania Board of Directors & Management Team

Eng. Laurent Lazaro Ndalichako (Executive Chairman)

Dr. Lissah Jepherson Mponjoli (General Secretary / Head of Operations)

Eng. Shabani Ramadhani Mande (Finance & Admin. Manager)

Adv. Elias Laurent Ndalichako (Member & Legal & Admin Officer)

Mr. Mohamed Shabani Mande (Member & Finance Officer)

Objectives

GIACC-Tanzania does not investigate or report on allegations of corruption but aims to support and contribute to the government’s anti-corruption efforts by raising awareness of corruption, and promoting the implementation of anti-corruption measures as an integral part of the activities of public and private organisations.  This will be undertaken especially, but not only, in the field of infrastructure, construction and engineering, through workshops, training and publications.

To achieve this, GIACC Tanzania among other things aims to:

  • raise awareness of corruption
  • promote the development of anti-corruption best practices through the participation in and organization of targeted initiatives.
  • promote the implementation of anti-corruption measures as an integral part of government, corporate and project management.
  • work with public and private sector organizations to prevent corruption and put in place effective anti-corruption procedures in accordance with ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems Standard.
  • conduct baseline surveys and research to identify good practice approaches which effectively address corruption challenges.

Updated on 30th November 2023

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