Cultivating creativity against fraud and corruption

Pohnpei Office of the State Public Auditor

October 12, 2018

imagePohnpei—The Pohnpei Office of the State Public Auditor (POPA) representative Ms. Sophia Pretrick conducted training for Youth-4-Change at their newly established Youth Center. The presentation was conducted for 66 young people with the Youth-4-Change Director Ms. Sylvia Elias. The purpose of the

training was to talk about the benefits and values of POPA in connection to fighting fraud and corruption.

Youth-4-Change is partnering with POPA’s Compliance Investigation Division to build capacity and training for the youth in the area of public awareness and cultivating creativity against corruption, this includes composing songs, skits and music jams.

The Anti-Corruption Project sponsored by the Pacific People Advancing Change (PPAC) small grants facility fund is administered by Youth-4-Change, a nonprofit organization. Youth- 4-Change is a youth group that trains young individuals to become peer educators and leaders in the Pohnpei Community. POPA is pleased to be teaming up with Youth-4-Change.

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