"If You Care, You Will Dare"
Corruption is a barrier to achieving universally accepted development goals, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, calling on Governments, the private sector and civil society to take a collective stand against a social, political and economic disease affecting all countries.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: Message on International Anti-Corruption Day 9 December 2013
Corruption suppresses economic growth by driving up costs, and undermines the sustainable management of the environment and natural resources.
The International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD) is commemorated on 9th December every year and the day serves as a global call for action against corruption.
It is perceived cleanest among SAARC member nations and ranks sixth among Asia Pacific ones
An agreement was signed between the Gross National Happiness Commission, the DANIDA (Danish International Development Agency) and the Anti-Corruption Commission for additional support to the ethics and integrity management program on 28th November, 2013. <
Every year, 9th December is commemorated as the International Anti-corruption Day (IACD) worldwide and the following week, 10-16 December as the National Anti-Corruption Week (NACW) in Bhutan. As the year closes, IACD and NACW serve as a call for action against corruption.
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