Corruption remains a serious challenge in the world today, with serious impacts among poor developing nations. A lot of resources, both at local and international levels, are being devoted to addressing the institutional and structural challenges to the problem of corruption. However, not much is being done through education to train the young minds against corruption. The author argues that the war on corruption demands both short term and long term approaches, if it is to be won. The author analyzes the problem of corruption from a moral perspective, and argues for the need to strengthen appropriate values through teaching, as a key approach to addressing the long term challenges to the problem of corruption. To achieve this, a relevant system of moral education, rooted in the local pedagogies is advocated. Teachers, social workers, NGO's and others interested in moral education and how education may be instrumental in the ongoing anti-corruption efforts, will find this book both useful and challenging in its approach to the subject.