Accountability Lab Nepal was the first of our network labs to open in 2012. The passionate team has run a widely-supported Integrity Icon campaign annually since then and expanded its work in migrant rights and budget transparency through our Civic Action Teams.

Integrity Icon: The five Integrity Icons of 2019 were celebrated at a ceremony in Kathmandu which attracted more than 500 guests. They are Prem Bahadur Darai, Gyanendra Kumar Mishra, Punya Prabha Devkota, Kajiman Rai, and Iswar Subedi who work across the sectors of education, conservation, health and safety.

Integrity School: The second cohort for the team’s Integrity School was hosted at the Open Gov Hub in Kathmandu in late November. Thirteen young government officials, along with 8 previous fellows, participated in a 3-day training session on practicing integrity through innovation, values-shifting and trendsetting. Around 100 guests from varied sectors were also present to celebrate the participants’ graduation from the first cohort 

Civic Action Teams: Working with communities to close the loop on accountability challenges related to the earthquakes, migration and budget expenditures. For the past two years, AL Nepal has been growing its work in the field of migration, and has seen increasing evidence of how local governments are starting to take migration issues in their communities more seriously.

Accountability Incubator: Recruitment for the 2020 cohort was focused on attracting applications from young people interested in the fields of local governance, disaster response or management and gender rights.

Film School for Women: Training and supporting young women in filmmaking and visual storytelling on accountability and good governance issues. The team ran  fellowship applications for the Gender, Peace and Accountability Edition of the school – made possible by the N-Peace Award won by the Lab in October.

OpenGovHub (Kathmandu): A fully-equipped co-working, community and innovation space.

Hem Bahadur Ale Magar was welcomed with celebration and gratitude in his hometown of Okhaldhunga after he was awarded the "Integrity with Innovation" title as an Integrity Icon of 2020. #IntegrityIcon #celebration #integrity #innovation #IntegrityIconNepal @AccountLab https://t.co/Q0MLS3rDSX

Pratik Hamal shares his experience of Integrity Fellowship and how this has helped him in developing positive perspective towards the government sector. #integrityfellowship #InterityIcon

Let's work together to create a value driven society. Forget naming and shaming and focus on naming and faming our honest govt officials. -Mr. Narayan Adhikari
#integrityiconnepal #icons #honesty #integrity #IntegrityIcon #being_imandaar #NameandFame #honesty #accountability

Our Integrity Icons should always keep their self-interest aside as Integrity is a virtue required for public service - Hari Sharma

🙌🏾 #being_imandaar #IntegrityIcon #revealingtop5 #GoingBeyond #appreciationpost #honesty #being_imandaar #NameandFame https://t.co/S484ZIftT7



Accountability Lab announces top five officials as part of selecting integrity icon

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KATHMANDU, Sept 15: The Accountability Lab’s Nepal chapter has selected five government offices as part of its annual reality show to select honest government offices. Under its sixth season of [...]

Strengthening Migration Governance in Nepal

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1500 young people migrate from Nepal on a daily basis seeking employment totaling 6 million to 110 countries over the last 20 years. […]