Who We Are

How does the Governance Facility work and envision to support the Government and people of Nepal?

Every organisation has one or more purposes for its existence. For us at the Governance Facility (GF), we have only one: to support the people and the Government of Nepal in their efforts to build a socially, democratically, and economically inclusive, fair and progressive nation.

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What change means to me?

Voices

The GF’s more than 60 partner organizations collectively combine decades of experience in supporting better governance outcomes.

How does Change happen?

Our team in the field
Keep yourself updated the latest events, research, stories of Governance Facility and its partners.

Initiatives

News, events, and stories of our partnership initiatives

Fight against corruption

  Initiatives underway to strengthen citizens’ engagement in anti-corruption efforts The Governance Facility (GF) through its partner
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Leadership from the margins

A partner initiative aims to strengthen the relationship between the most marginalized communities and the public institutions at the local
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A constructive dialogue

A collaborative initiative for the communities affected by a hydropower project In the rural villages of Gorkha district of Nepal, the news
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Her Stories

From violent conflict survivors to justice reporters, their stories are empowering “I felt like I was sharing my feelings with my sister,
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Leadership from the margins

A partner initiative aims to strengthen the relationship between the most marginalized communities and the public institutions at the local

Fight against corruption

  Initiatives underway to strengthen citizens’ engagement in anti-corruption efforts The Governance Facility (GF) through its partner

Our Partnerships

with Government/Public Institutions

Knowledge Corner
ESSAY
Communication and Dialogue
The way we communicate with each other makes a difference. And there is no single ‘best’ way to communicate.
FACTSHEET
Nepal's Migrant Workers
Significant facts about Nepali migrant workers