Board in Brief

The African Union Advisory Board on Corruption is an autonomous organ established within the African Union (AU), in terms of Article 22 of the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.

African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption

The Member States of the African Union adopted the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption (The Convention) at the Second Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union, held in Maputo (Mozambique), on 11th July 2003. The Convention entered into force on 5th August 2006, thirty (30) days after the deposit of the fifteenth (15th) instrument of ratification. To date Forty (40) countries have ratified the Convention and are States Parties to it.

Creation of the Board

The Board is the emanation of The Convention and it was created on 26th May 2009 under Article 22 (1) of The Convention. This organ bases its work on the provisions of this legal instrument and in this regard, it is the unique continental organization mandated by the African Union to deal with corruption and related themes in Africa.

Members of the Board
The Advisory Board is currently composed of 10 members, namely:

Name Country  Remark
Honourable Begoto Miarom
Chad
Chairperson
Honourable Hocine Aït Chalal Algeria Vice Chairperson
Honourable Elisabeth Gnansounou Fourn Benin Rapporteur
Honourable Pascal Bamouni Burkina Faso Member
Honourable Anne Marie Rose Mougemba Congo Member
Honourable Daniel Batidam Ghana Member
Honourable Paulus Noa Namibia Member
Honourable Sabina Seja Tanzania Member
Honourable Florence Ziyambi Zimbabwe Member
Honourable Amal Ammar Egypt Member