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Corruption is child’s play

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Children who monitor how their teachers spend education money – that's what a school in northern Uganda is doing in the name of rooting out local corruption.

So how does it work? And is a school where pupils spy on their teachers the best way to build trust?

Joel Okao Tema visited Chawente Primary School in Apac district to meet the children keeping a close eye on the books.

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Panos London

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08/14/2006

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