Though struggles have been and are continuing to curb corruption in developing countries as one part of the most corrupt world, the developed one has been pointed out to be the catalyst of this barbaric and humanity devastating problem.
The puzzle has remained; why should Developed world continue pouring a hail of aid to absolutely corrupt countries in the developing world while baring in mind the existence of corruption and abuse of human rights in those countries?
Added by Deogratias Munishi on February 23, 2012 at 6:58pm — No Comments
Another call I would like to share with all GYACers. If you're interested, fulfill the criteria and apply, good luck.
Deadline: 24 February 2012
Open to: NGO’s which have been working for over 3 years
Grants: monthly 360 $ or yearly 4500 $
The Grant for Democracy and Human Rights Projects Overseas (GDHRPO) 2012 supports work that contributes to promoting democracy and…Continue
We all are not new to the issue of corruption. One of the major crises that our present World will face in this era is what i call highhanded corruption. As we have seen recently in most governments across the World, most of the fingers sponsoring mayhem, violence and civil war in their society are same people blood-feeding on the taxpayers money. The same people that claimed to be working for the interest of the people have turned around to eat the same people. I did a recent book…Continue
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According to the corruption perception index 2011 of Transparency International; Nepal is the second most corrupt country in South Asia after Afghanistan. Bhutan is the least corrupted nation of South Asia.
Transparency International (TI) is the global anti-corruption watchdog, which publish Corruption Perception Index every year. .According to Transparency International, Nepal is ranked 154th with a score of 2.2. Last year, Nepal was placed in the 146th position…
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On February13, 2012, The Special Court on Monday convicted five persons including three former Inspector General Police (IGPs) and two suppliers on charges of corruption in the multi-million dollar Sudan scam.
A special bench headed by Chairman Gauri Bahadur Karki and comprising members Justices Om Prakash Mishra and Kedar Chalise issued the verdict on the biggest high-profile corruption case in the country’s history. However, the court gave a clean-chit to 31 police officers who were…Continue
Added by Samundra Paudel on February 14, 2012 at 1:01pm — No Comments
Most of government schools of mid-western region of the country have been involved in about financial irregularity worth Rs. 30 millions while purchasing textbooks through the government provided budget.
According to regional office of Janak Education Materials Center, during 2067-68 fiscal year, irregularity amounting to a total of Rs. 29,417,327 was committed by 15 district schools in mid-western.…Continue
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The times they are a’changin’! Your Global Coordinating Body is working hard and the GYAC Network is growing fast!
On January 31st, your GCB came together for the second videoconference of this year’s GYAC VC Series. Why? Two words, the Charter. Since the last annual forum in Nairobi, the GCB has been working together to cement the decisions that were made regarding the structure, membership, roles, and responsibilities of the Network and its members. We are almost there and…Continue
All Indonesians know corruption is harmful, but ironically it persists, if not has been increasingly practised. Indonesia needs a new strategy to fight the plague: it is time to convince every citizen, the "usual" people, to empower themselves and began to fight it pro-actively.
Most of the time, corruption is discussed normatively as a big, national issue, with grand strategy and conspiracy involved. However the truth shows us corruption stems from small things we do unwittingly,…Continue
My relentless quest in the fight against corruption and Rural Development with the support of the Global Youths Against Corruption, World Bank Institute and the British Council was acknowledged as the initiative was featured. Read up the amazing anticorruption initiative as featured here Global Changemakers
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The goal of the Musharaka program is that citizens are engaging and advocating for responsive,…Continue
Aftermath of the successful implementation of phase one of the WBI-CAP RYAC project, the recalling impact remains evergreen and has come to stay. The second phase focuses more on consolidating on the first phase, building upon the web platform as well as further sensitization.
In the second phase of the project, an impact assessment survey was conducted in Wushishi and the result shows an amazing attitudinal change as well as huge watch out for corrupt practices with the word…Continue