Loden signs MoU with the Anti-Corruption Commission of BhutanPosted on: June 20th, 2013
As part of the International Anti-Corruption Day observed in Bhutan, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Anti-Corruption Commission, one of the constitutional bodies in the country and the Loden Foundation on 18 December 2012. The MoU was signed in the ACC headquarter in Thimphu by the Chairperson, Dasho Neten Zangmo of ACC and Dorji Tashi, the executive director of the Loden Foundation.
Through this MoU, it is hoped to foster close partnership and collaboration between the two organizations in combating the corruption in the country.
Loden does not only commits to run its programmes strictly guided by the principles of ACC, but Loden also confirms its complete support and partnership to ACC by undertaking various possible activities at all levels to help create a corruption free society in Bhutan.
Under this MoU, the ACC attaches its complete support to Loden Foundation in their Endeavour to fight corruption in the country. The ACC also offers assistance to Loden by sharing relevant information, providing technical support and training Loden on anti-corruption related tools and methodologies.
“To fight against corruption needs collective effort and cooperation. Thus it should be the willing priority of every individual. Loden as a civil society organization is highly committed to play our part of role in our own small way to help create corruption free society”, said the Dorji Tashi.