Corruption is a particularly viral form of cancer. It is caught here and there but it reappears
somewhere else as soon as vigilance is relaxed. It is not eliminated, just driven underground. The corrupt merely suspend
their operations temporarily. It lingers, hovering always in the background for its next opportunity. - Gerald
CORRUPTION IS CONTAGIOUS!
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VIDEO BELOW: MSI carried out the project that included this now closed out website, a part of its final
Philippines Integrity Project. This video production documents the achievements and best practices of MSI's eight years
in the Philippines, including assistance in the areas of rule of law, budget monitoring, and fighting corruption through a
variety of projects.
The video highlights the USAID-funded Philippines Integrity Project and it's culminating close-out
event in which MSI President and Founder Larry Cooley was invited to participate in a week-long series of dialogues that brought
together various stakeholders in the fight against corruption, such as: government agencies, civil society groups, students,
media, and an open forum for public engagement.
Pinoys can solve corruption,
says study : Philippine History
back corruption in Philippine history, a group of experts at the University of the Philippines attest that Filipinos during
this 21st century can finally solve this problem dating back from Spanish colonial period’s polo y servicio that conscript
men from 15 years old and above to work force...
PNoy's solution to corruption could come from Cory, says UP professor
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in the Philippines. It is no longer publishing news summaries but will remain on the web for reference purposes.
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Ehem -- the anti-corruption initiative
of the Philippine Jesuits echoes the urgent call for cultural reform against corruption in the Philippines. Ehem
aims at bringing people to a renewed sensitivity to the evil of corruption and its prevalence in ordinary life. It seeks ultimately
to make them more intensely aware of their own vulnerability to corruption, their own uncritiqued, often unwitting practice
of corruption in daily life. Ehem hopes to bring people, in the end, to a commitment to live the way of Ehemplo --- critical
of corruption, intent on integrity!
Management Association of the Philippines MAP is a management organization
committed to promoting management excellence. The members of the MAP represent a cross-section of CEOs, COOs and other top
executives from the top local and multinational companies operating in the country, including some top officials of government
and the academe.
iProsupports the process of reducing
corruption by seeking synergies between Government of the Republic of
the Philippines agencies and civil society at all levels.
This website primarily serves to gather for research and educational purposes in one
single place news and information specifically pertinent to integrity and corruption in the Philippines. The news items,
views, editorials and opinions summarized or reported on this website are taken from the general media and reputable blogs,
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17 U. S. C. Section 107, any copyrighted work on this website is distributed under fair use without profit or payment to those
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