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UNRWA marks anti-corruption day with renewed commitment to fight fraud and corruption | UNRWA


UNRWA marks anti-corruption day with renewed commitment to fight fraud and corruption | UNRWA: Commenting on the new policy, UNRWA Deputy Commissioner-General Sandra Mitchell said: “We want to send a clear message that fraud and corruption are not tolerated at UNRWA, and that while many existing measures and obligations are in place, a dedicated policy to combat fraud and corruption makes this commitment clear to everyone, including our personnel, suppliers and external stakeholders.”

“Serving Palestine refugee forms the core of our mandate, and we will take all steps necessary to ensure that our services are free of fraud and corruption,” she added.

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