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In cooperation with Nazaha: king Saud University organizes the first annual Nazaha Clubs meeting on educational institutions

11/22/2016

National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) participates in the first annual Nazaha clubs meeting on educational institution, which is organized by King Saud University entitled "Nazaha clubs… Creativity and renewal).it will be held on 23-24 November 2016.
Nazaha Clubs managers will participate in the meeting sessions to share their experiences in the fight against corruption. The first sessionentitled: " review Nazaha's Clubs and its role in protecting integrity and fighting corruption". This session will be at 11:00 whereas the second session will be entitled "developmental mechanisms.. creativity and renewal".
On this occasion H.E. the President of Nazaha Dr. Khaled bin Abdulmohsen Al-Muhaisen thanked H.E. the Minister of Education Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed Al-Eissa for his continuous support to Nazaha Clubs activities. H.E. also thanked the president of King Saud University H.E. Dr. Badran bin Abdulrahman Al-Omar for organizing the first annual meeting of Nazaha clubs on educational institutions, expressing the commissions pride in what Nazaha student Clubs is doing in helping the development of self-monitoring in our students through positive practices to be invested in future generations and to establish national trends which protect integrity and fight corruption in all its forms, in line with Saudi Vision 2030 which came to express our ambitions and reflect the capabilities of our country in its completeness for all elements of sustainable development.
This meeting comes as a continuous awareness and education for the efforts of government and private entities in cooperation with Nazaha, and in implementation of the national leading initiatives program of the strategic approaches of the national anti-corruption commission., which stems out from the continuous development of the commission and its work and to benefit from related experiences including developing Nazaha Clubs program in governmental and private universities.