Anti-Corruption Campaign-UNDP Sudan Organized a Drawings Contest with the Faculty of Fine and Applied Art
Every year, the people of the world mark 9 December as the International Anti-Corruption Day, the theme for the 2013 campaign is ‘Zero Corruption, 100% Development’. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Sudan Country Office has been selected among 44 countries out of 60 to celebrate the Anti-Corruption Day. Accordingly, UNDP has embarked in a series of a week - long activities with the government, universities, civil society, and the media.
A recent activity included UNDP’s partnership with the Faculty of Fine and Applied Art, University of Sudan to organize drawings contest for the faculty’s students. 27 students of the fourth grade were selected to participate in the contest that was launched on December 8 th for three days. The contest ended with the selection of three masterpiece drawings that were selected as winning drawings out of 40.
To fully serve the campaign’s purposes and widely spread the anti-corruption messages, it is planned to develop a mobile gallery of the 40 drawings to be exhibited in various venues that include but not limited to universities, public places (Ozone Park), UNDP compound, among others.