ROCB A/P supports Member’s initiatives to build a culture of integrity

3-7 July, 2023, Melaka, Malaysia


The WCO A/P Regional workshop on Integrity Promotion was held at the RTC Malaysia in Melaka over the period 3-7 July 2023 sponsored by the CCF-China. From the ROCB A/P, Ms. Zhengqing Ye, the Program Manager and Operation Manager of the CCF-China participated this workshop.


Due to the importance of Integrity for government administration, high-ranking officials from the donor attended the workshop, Mr. Wu Ge, Deputy Chief Inspector, the Discipline Inspection and Supervision Office of CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the National Commission of Supervision of the PRC at the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) as a DG level official and encouraged workshop participants. In addition, high-ranking officials from the host country were also present, Honourable Datuk Seri Hj. Ahmad Bin MaslanDeputy Minister of Finance of Malaysia, and Dato’ Zazuli Bin Johan Director General of Royal Malaysia Customs and welcomed the participants from Asia Pacific.


During the workshop, Ms. Ye, the representative of the ROCB A/P, introduced the regional capacity building activities such as organizing workshops and publishing various materials for information sharing. She demonstrated a commitment to assisting AP Members in building their capacity by ROCB A/P. She also explained the Follow-up Actions Survey, which aims to take a snapshot of the impact of WCO capacity building activities on AP Members’ performance and encouraged the participants to take action to utilize lessons learnt from this workshop.


There were 25 participants from the Asia/Pacific region selected to represent their respective Customs administrations.  All participants presented on each key factor of the Revised Arusha Declarations, giving their insight not only into their observations and experience in implementing measures in their selected key factor, but also provided recommendations on ways forward based on their analysis of gaps and weaknesses identified during their research.


The 5-day WS has confirmed that in-depth trends analysis of different customs administrations and their factors that affect their motivation is essential to better address integrity issues. “One size fits all does not fit at all”. Moreover, it is important to engage private sectors to cultivate positive relationships.


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