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सिक्दै सिकाउँदै
सविता श्रेष्ठ September 26, 2017

‘इन्टिग्रिटी फेलोशिप’ मार्फत देशका विभिन्न सरकारी कार्यालयका क्रियाकलाप नियालेका युवामा राज्यप्रतिको गुनासो भन्दा आशा देखिएको छ। सरकारी कार्यालय सम्झिने वित्तिकै अधिकांशको दिमागमा धमिलो तस्वीर बन्छ। जहाँ कामकाज हुँदैन, ढिलासुस्ती हुन्छ, अनियमितता हुन्छ, नियमले काम हुँदैन, मनोमानी चल्छ। अझ ढिला आउने र चाँडै फर्किने कर्मचारीको हुलहुज्जत सम्झिइन्छ। तर धनकुटादेखि बर्दियासम्मका सरकारी कार्यालय र कार्यालय प्रमुखसँग १५/१५ […]

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My fellowship experience
Shristi Joshi September 18, 2017

There is a very popular saying in Nepali “Sarkari kaam kaile jala gham” expressing disgust in general over how long it takes to get things done at government offices in Nepal. Based on my own experience, I cannot deny the inefficiency in government offices in Nepal. So, who represents government? The people working at government […]

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Nigerian youths launch campaign against corruption
Grace Okoegbele September 14, 2017

A group of young Nigerians today launched an initiative aimed at building accountability and integrity across the country. The project known as Integrity Idol is an attempt to find the country’s most honest government official and a new strategy to complement the administration’s anti corruption drive. Accountability Lab Nigeria, the group responsible for the project […]

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Me and Integrity Fellowship 2017
Rajan Basyal September 12, 2017

I first knew about this integrity fellowship program post through twitter news feed, encouraging the applicants to come and work alongside some of the best people in government service and learn from them about their operational strategies, their perception on accountability and the way they convey their accountability inside their departments. I found it as […]

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My Experience as an Integrity Fellow 2017
Rujina Maharjan September 11, 2017

Malangwa, Sarlahi is 241 km away from Kathmandu and near to an Indian Border in the south holding great possibilities for development. In the beginning of July 2017, I received a great opportunity to explore the culture, people, topography, programs, community developmental works and basic work module of District Administration Office in this Malangwa Plains. […]

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The Idol I shadowed
Kalpana Dangol September 11, 2017

With years of experience in teaching and curriculum development, Ram Narayan Shah is currently working as a resource person in government schools of Gokarneshwor Municipality in Kathmandu. He was nominated as one of the Top 5 nominees for Integrity Idol Nepal 2015. A firm believer in the power of education, Ram Narayan goes beyond the […]

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The Idol of Integrity
Kusum KC September 8, 2017

  “….after my Integrity fellowship journey, my perception towards the government services are totally changed…” After being selected in an Integrity Fellowship 2017, I was appointed to Mrs. Tara Subedi, health post in-charge of Maunabudhuk, Dhankuta. Her positive attitudes to deal with patients, her soft but powerful voice and her work of counselling to the […]

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I found a Hero
Radip Tandukar September 8, 2017

The Integrity Fellowship 2017 took me to a district of surprises, Diktel of Khotang. I never imagined that in this age a district just 325 kms away from Kathmandu; neighboring prosperous districts would still be devoid of a concrete road access. I never thought that after crossing the mighty Sunkoshi over a suspension bridge, I […]

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Nepal wants to “name and fame” officials
Nurfilzah Rohaidi September 7, 2017

Narayan Adhikari from Accountability Lab shares how the Integrity Idol initiative is helping to cut corruption in Nepal. There is a reality TV show that could help cut corruption – and instead of starry-eyed singers, it is bringing into the spotlight “honest and incredible public servants”. Integrity Idol is “naming and faming” officials and bureaucrats […]

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INTEGRITY IDOL: USING FAME TO FIGHT CORRUPTION IN MALI
Charlotte Renfield-Miller February 27, 2017

By: Charlotte Renfield-Miller. This blog post was originally published by IREX. Since the coup in 2012, Mali has been plagued by corruption, which has hindered the government’s ability to combat terrorism. Mandela Washington Fellow Kondo Moussa is having none of it—and he’s fighting back against corruption by turning honest leaders into rock stars with Integrity Idol. Mali established a constitutional government in […]

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