Vaccinating Children Against Corruption:  Is storytelling an effective vaccine to prevent corruption?

Is storytelling an effective vaccine to prevent corruption in children?

Since the release of our first anti-corruption storybook Emeka’s Money, we have used a storytelling approach to tackle corrupt attitudes and behaviours.

On our latest podcast, our Executive Director, Onyi Ough talks us through findings from impact evaluation experiments using randomized controlled trials which took place in Junior secondary schools in Lagos, Abuja and Kaduna states. Find out if our methods have been effective in vaccinating children against corruption by listening or watching the podcast below.

Listen to the podcast here

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