• Principles of good governance, and codes of conduct for ministers and civil servants prepared and handed over to the Prime Minister.
  • Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) assisted in compiling anti corruption acts, publication of manuals, code of conduct and guidelines
  • Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) engaged in the review and modification of national anti-corruption action plan.
  • National Vigilance Center (NVC) assisted in the process of framing media strategy and strategic planning.
  • Ministry of Law (MoL) provided feedback on the UN Convention against Corruption task force report
  • Reports of Auditor General’s Office (AGO) and Public Service Commission (PSC) studied and recommendations forwarded to the government.
  • State Affairs Committee (SAC) of the Parliament provided consultation during drafting of anti corruption laws.
  • TIN Election Appeal published and provided to Election Commission (EC), political parties and media with guidelines for selection of better candidates, transparency of funds and right to information etc.
  • Study on ethical commitments of six major political parties undertaken by examining party constitutions and manifestos.
  • Investigative fellowships provided to journalists through the Federation of Nepalese Journalists (FNJ) to dig out corruption stories.
  • Code of conduct for the business sector framed and provided to Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FNCCI).
  • Training program held among radio journalists, jointly with Nepal Press Institute (NPI).
  • Anti corruption media organization- REMAC Nepal- engaged for upgrading TIN newsletter and radio program
  • CIAA and NVC information disseminated by publishing their newsletters and websites.
  • ‘Transparency Index of Government Ministries,’ framed ranking 12 government ministries based on their levels of transparency.
  • Regional levels workshop organized in Biratnagar and Pokhara with National Vigilance Center (NVC).
  • Anti corruption satirical programs completed in schools and universities with Sisnupani Nepal.
  • Public Service announcements (PSA) made through Radio Nepal and Nepal TV (NTV).
  • Weekly discussion program broadcasted from Radio Sagarmatha.
  • Seminars on contemporary issues held with NGOs (FOHRID, FSD, NCWA, REMAC)
  • Street dramas held countrywide in major cities with Sarbanam Natya Samuha.
  • Newsletters with anti-corruption articles published and distributed widely
  • Press releases made regularly on issues related to corruption.
  • Study on anti corruption policies of six donors initiated.
  • TIN Operation Manual (OM) prepared and adopted to streamline operations.
  • Resource Center expanded through addition of 200 books.