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In Indonesia, International Anti-Corruption Day has historically provided the opportunity to engage with citizens about the subject of corruption, their role, and government accountability and transparency.

Continuing our ongoing support in Indonesia, our latest USAID-funded project CEGAH (meaning prevent in Bahasa) has provided crucial support to the government to combat corruption and promote accountability. The project’s activities address all facets of corruption, building on previous USAID investments and empowering reformers throughout government.

This interactive graphic provides a glimpse at some of the numerous activities that took place over three days for International Anti-Corruption Day 2017. Graphic design by Noah Wilderman.