Reports

  • TI-Nepal launched two important studies it commissioned recently amidst a function organized to unveil the findings of the study. The launch program concurred with another important event that was organized the same day—the National Conference on Promoting Integrity in Nepal. The Chief Secretary of the Government of Nepal (GoN), Dr. Somlal Subedi, launched the report. […]

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  • The Government of Nepal during the fiscal year 2064/65 had decided to distribute forty (40) types of medicines free of cost to all its citizens. Furthermore, on 30 August 2015, the number of free medicine was increased from forty to seventy. The study is based on the survey result which sought to identify the experience and perception of local […]

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  • The survey tries to examine local people’s experience and perception of corruption while accessing public goods and services at district level. Thirteen public service delivery offices were covered  to seek information. They are Offices of Land Reform and Revenue, Land Survey, District Administration, Health, Police, Communications, Transport, Municipality, Electricity, Water, Agriculture, Forest  and Tax/Customs. DOWNLOAD […]

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  • यो नैतिक शिक्षा र सुशासन प्रशिक्षण स्रोत–सामग्री माध्यमिक र इच्छुक अन्य शैक्षिक तहका अध्ययनकर्तालाई नैतिक शिक्षासम्बन्धी प्रशिक्षण दिने उद्देश्य लिई तयार गरिएको हो । नैतिक शिक्षासम्बन्धी चेतना समकक्षीहरूमा प्रचार–प्रसार गर्न सक्दा नेपालमा जागरण संस्कार स्थापित हुन्छ । त्यसका लागि सदाचार प्रवद्र्धन अभियान निरन्तर सञ्चालन गर्नु आवश्यक छ भन्नेमा ट्रान्सपरेन्सी इन्टरनेशनल (टीआई नेपाल विश्वस्त छ ।   READ FULL […]

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  • There are some fundamental issues associated with public finance in Nepal, especially budget formulation and implementation. The budget formulation process reveals random changes in the public budget without adequate logic or implementation plan. Additionally, the lateral entry of administrative and political programmes expose inconsistencies in current public finance.   READ FULL REPORT: http://issuu.com/tinepal/docs/a_study_on_budget_formulation_

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  • Public service delivery has always been a matter of concern for government, service provider and service seeker. This report maps the experiences and perceptions of service seekers in 14 public service delivery institutions that were surveyed and collected in nine districts (Siraha, Rautahat, Dolakha, Bhaktapur, Baglung, Butwal, Banke, Dang and Darchula) where TI Nepal has its outreach programs.   READ FULL DOCUMENT: http://issuu.com/tinepal/docs/a_survey_on_public_service_delivery

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  • We are pleased to release this report which reviews procurement laws and practices and proposes to introduce Integrity Pact (IP) in public procurement. Openness, transparency, accountability and integrity are benchmarks for a clean procurement process. Integrity Pact is a TI tool that helps beneficiaries with integrity and quality based public procurement. READ FULL REPORT : http://issuu.com/tinepal/docs/integrity_pact_in_public

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  • Transparency International Nepal (TIN) undertook the study of transparency in political finance in the country with the financial assistance of Transparency International (T)I Berlin under Crinis project. Crinis is a Latin word which means ray of light. Incidentally, Crinis was first launched in 8 Latin American Countries to Study transparency in political finance which revealed and highlighted the […]

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  • By Thomas Wills; Corruption is a fact of life in Nepal. Defined as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain”, corruption covers a range of acts from embezzlement and bribe-taking to nepotism and the rigging of contracts. The negative impacts are similarly broad, for corrupt behaviour constitutes a major impediment to the social, political and […]

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  • Transparency International Nepal (TIN) is pleased to release the report National Integrity System Assessment Nepal 2014. It describes the latest status of 11 pillars of NIS in terms of their capacity, governance and role besides pointing out the gap between laws and practices. DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT

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