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About MEC (Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee)

MEC is an independent agency, and is not subject to direction from either the Afghan government or from the international community. It was created through Presidential Decree 61 (Dari original) (English translation by MEC) after the need for an autonomous anti-corruption monitoring and evaluation body was identified at the London and Kabul conferences. Following the London Conference, (click to read London Conference Communique) the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan invited the international community to form a joint Afghan-International monitoring and evaluation committee. On September 18, 2016, the Afghan president issued Presidential Decree No. 115.

This changed the legal status, duties, scope of activities and authorities of the Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee which abrogates all previous Presidential Decrees. (Dari original) (English translation by MEC)

MEC focuses on:

  • Developing anti-corruption recommendations
  • Monitoring and evaluating the anti-corruption efforts of the Afghan government and the international community
  • Reporting on a regular basis to the President, Parliament, and people of Afghanistan, as well as to the international community, about the state of the fight against corruption.

MEC Website

ANEC supports Ministry of Education and development partners to implement MEC recommendations to eradicate corruption from education sector of Afghanistan.

Full Report - Ministry-wide Vulnerability to Corruption Assessment of the Ministry of Education

Monitoring the Education Sector - Second Quarterly Monitoring Report

Press Release


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