In AFLEX’s Leadership Development Program, it was stated that the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission plays a positive role in the Reform, Scaling Up, and Transformation process by escalating the user base and improving infrastructure. This revelation came to light during a discussion between Mr. Zadig Abreha and the officials of the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.
Zadig Abreha, the chief of AFLEX Academy, notified the officials of the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission concerning the thirteen identified leadership development programs in the areas of scaling up and transformation. He conveyed his dedication to implementing these programs, with priority given to eight of them.
According to the chief of the academy, AFLEX has prepared a strategy document spanning over 2500 pages to facilitate the reform process. The document outlines the implementation of thirteen leadership development programs over three years to expand and transfer these programs.
Currently, work has started on the prioritized eight leadership development programs, and the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission’s reinforcement is crucial in facilitating the transition by expanding infrastructure and user engagement. According to the chief of the academy
Dr. Samuel Hurqato, the Commissioner of the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, articulated his institution’s readiness to support and work together with AFLEX’s planned leadership development programs.
He exceptionally stressed the potential for AFLEX to become a conference center, stating that the possibility is substantial.
Dr. Samuel also highlighted the wide-ranging benefits of AFLEX’s planned idea-generation centers for research purposes.
He verified the Commission’s willingness to collaborate, as numerous research outcomes can be utilized as input for these idea generation centers.
In addition, he declared the Commission’s commitment to working together on the AFLEX awards program, which aims to acknowledge and encourage exemplary performers and leaders at all levels in the fight against theft and corruption.
Moreover, senior managers and executives of the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission commented on the AFLEX leadership development program. They acknowledged that the program would unlock untouched potential and agreed to provide program design and technical support, solidifying their commitment to its success.