TIN has identified four major strategic directions as part of its institutional road-map for the Strategic Plan 2018-2022. Details of these four directions are presented below.

  • Strategic Direction 1 – Advocacy and Intervention

    • Devise and suggest additional measures for legislative initiatives for ensuring accountability of state institutions
    • Intervene to highlight executive responsibility as the nodal point for ensuring public integrity, especially with regard to the perceived or prevailing state of widespread impunity
    • Bring judicial transparency and accountability at par with other organs of the state
    • Intervene with specific measures to ensure accountability of political parties and transparency of their finances and operations
    • Advocate and intervene for transparency in the delivery and use of foreign aid, the same way as it is done for pubic revenue
    • Intervene to inculcate anti-corruption teaching and values in school  curriculum
    • Pursue and monitor the Code of Conduct and Conflicts of Interest for building integrity among public officials
    • Advocate and intervene for transparency and accountability in the private sector

    Strategic Direction 2:  Prevention, Enforcement and Fairness

    • Prioritize, suggest and monitor enforcement of specific Anti-corruption Standards
    • Suggest policies and legislative reforms, monitoring tools, and measurement standards for the government
    • Monitor judicial cases and ensure fair dispensation of justice by the courts
    • Engage with relevant institutions at all levels of governments- central, provincial and local
    • Establish working relationships with like-minded anti-corruption State agencies, including the CIAA, OAG, EC, NVC, RID, AMLD, and Parliamentary Committees
    • Suggest enforcement of fairness by leading with collective action of national coalition stakeholders

    Strategic Direction 3:  Citizens and Grassroots Engagements

    • Develop anti-corruption as a public based campaign as the centerpiece of the movement
    • Enhance communication and information flows to the public on core values
    • Produce TIN Annual Reports, researches and other publications that creates awareness in the people
    • Focus on selected critical sectors and processes and the excesses, and abuses therein and suggest measures for improvements
    • Execute programs and activities that the general public can actively engage in education, health, public works, public service delivery and revenue services etc.
    • Monitor and suggest measures for improvements on earthquake reconstruction, climate change, social development, right to information and open government
    • Honor and recognize with Integrity Awards

    Strategic Direction 4:  Communities, Institutions and Partners

    • Ensure transparency and accountability in the policies and operations of all coalition partners
    • Develop working relations with knowledge-creating institutions (universities, research institutions)
    • Strengthen and build partnerships with communities that are committed to fighting corruption across society to work together
    • Elicit effective cooperation with the media as an indispensable partner in the anti-corruption campaign
    • Develop cooperative relations with international organizations, bilateral and multilateral agencies working on governance and on sustainable development in Nepal
    • Develop networking with TI Chapters in South Asia through exchange of information, knowledge, visits and joint programs

    Operational Arrangement

    • Improving Governance

    –       Membership expansion and engagements

    –       Youths and Women in TIN endeavors

    –       Structural Changes in Internal Governance

    –       Innovation and Flexibility

    • Building  the capacity of the Secretariat

    –       Monitoring, Supervision and Evaluation

    –       Human Resource Development

    –       TIN Building (TN) and infrastructural  facilities

    –       Annual Plans

    • Resource Mobilization