Many organisations finds “good governance” as a new concept, but we can easily say that it is as old has human history. Human beings success is basically depends on making decisions and implementing decisions. Good Governance is the process of decision- making and the process by which decisions are implemented.
Government is one of the actors in governance. Other stakeholders are involved in governance vary depending on the level of government that is under discussion. In rural areas, for example, other actors may include influential land lords, associations of peasant farmers, cooperatives, NGOs, research, institutes, religious leaders, finance institutions political parties, the military etc.
We deliver consultancy and research study in good governance, accountably, transparency, participation, rule of law and engagement of grassroots actors in policy making and decision taking at national, regional and local level.