|Community of Practitioners on Accountability and Social Action in Health||
The Anti Corruption Coalition of Uganda (ACCU) brings together 70 civil society organisations, individuals, religious leaders, academicians, media practitioners and key institutions involved in the fight against corruption in Uganda.
It was formed in January 1999 and registered as an NGO under the NGO statute which anti-corruption activists can enhance their capacity to tackle corruption and build a strong voice and force that can effectively engage government on issues of corruption.
(Since its inception in 1999, it has been lobbying and advocating for appropriate anti corruption national policies, punitive measures, research, and exposure of corrupt activities; as well as the capacity building, coalition building and mobilization of the Ugandan citizens to fight corruption.)
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