The World Bank wants developing countries to be given a manual on addressing corruption as well as to integrate anti-graft lessons into the curricula of schools in some of the world’s poorest countries.
“We want to develop a practical manual that the authorities can use, and a curriculum for school children,” the Guardian quotes Leonard McCarthy, the bank’s anti-graft head. “You need to find a way to work on the DNA, the psyche of people – you need to reach them at a very early stage. You learn all sorts of other stuff before you get to university.”
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