The Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption (SASWAC) is a major fundraising and awareness activity hosted by TIPNG.

Why does TIPNG host this walk?

  • To raise funds for the Siaguru Endowment Fund to ensure
    the future operations of TIPNG
  • To raise greater awareness about corruption among
    members of civil society
  • To provide a peaceful avenue for citizens to express their
    opposition to corruption

What happens at the walk?
Registered teams and participants assemble at the selected venue and walk a route that is roughly 4kms long. Participants dress in uniforms and have banners with anti-corruption messages. Prizes are given out for the best dressed teams and best anti-corruption messages. It is an avenue for Papua New Guineas from every sector of society to come together, as one unified group, to express our opposition to corruption and our hope for a better PNG.

How can I participate in the walk?
Invitations for participation are sent out to corporate organisations, civil society organisations and schools asking them to register a team for the walk. TIPNG has now decided to include two new categories of participation and these are Family Teams and Individuals

TIPNG is proud of the SASWAC and what it has achieved so far. Support from the City Administration (NCDC), Royal Constabulary, PNG Defence Force and the PNG Correctional Services has been critical to ensuring a peaceful and safe event for all.

SASWAC In Previous Years

Year Total Participants Total Funds Raised Centres
2007 Over 1000 K90,000 Port Moresby
2008 Over 1500 K195,000 Port Moresby & Kokopo
2009 Over 3000 K330,000 Port Moresby & Kokopo
2010 Over 4000 K312,000 Port Moresby, Kokopo & Kimbe
2011 Over 6000 K320,000 Port Moresby, Kokopo, Kimbe, Madang & Alotau
2012 Over 6000 K237,200 Port Moresby, kokopo, Kimbe, Madang, Alotau & Lihir Island

Many thanks to all our voluntary organizing committee members for their tireless efforts to ensure the successful staging of the SASWAC over the years.

More information on this year’s SASWAC can be found by going to our Events section.

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TI is committed to creating and working with broad coalitions representing civil society to prevent corruption by reforming systems.

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