Children from 22 Moldovan schools proposed today their smart solutions to reduce corruption in the educational system, at a Fair for Anti-Corruption Solutions. The event, at its first edition, was organised in Chisinau by the Ministry of Education, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Seven teams of children from 22 schools were awarded after actively participating in the one-year project “Youth for Transparency in Education”.
“When children fight corruption and favouritism, our society has the chance to become better. This wide participation has a multiplying effect, by engaging parents and teachers. Such partnerships, debates on efficient learning and meritocracy, contribute to improvements”, declared Deputy Minister of Education, Liliana Nicolaescu-Onofrei.