Governance and Anti-Corruption: (13 – 24 Sep, 2010) -The Method and Tools behind an Effective Corruption-Eradication Strategy

Good governance is fundamental to the economic and social development process of all countries. It is inherently linked with the financial mechanisms. The existence of a good regulatory framework provides a sound structure for the management of a country’s resources.

A good governance approach usually encompasses the following elements: accountability; transparency; participation; equality; rule of law; capacity and competence; responsiveness to people’s needs. This special course is designed to equip the participants with well accepted tools and techniques to deal with so called “development cancer”.

Interested to join please contact Mr. Bahul Shrestha , Email :

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