Registered in 2017, Partners for Transparency Foundation India (PTF India) is an independent affiliate of the Partnership for Transparency Fund. PTF India has two primary goals: (i) to promote and advocate good governance, accountability, and transparency by encouraging participation of citizens and civil society; and (ii) to support grass root level initiatives undertaken by members of the civil society across the country and strengthen the effectiveness of good governance.
PTF India is registered under the GOI Ministry of Corporate Affairs Company Act of 2013, Rule 8.

Our Programs


Anti-Corruption Workshop – An International Perspective on Punitive, Preventive, and Participative Vigilance

The participants of the workshop will be exposed to global best practices and systems put in place for Punitive, Preventive and Participative Vigilance. It will discuss legal and regulatory framework for corruption detection, prevention and investigation existing in the country and other countries.

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Health Transparency Initiative (HTI)

HTI provides support to civil society organizations (CSOs) in developing countries in order to improve health outcomes. Its projects aim to raise citizen and engagement with government officials and service deliverers, and thereby control corruption, improve transparency, and improve health sector performance.

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Making Procurement Transparent and Efficient

PTF India, with the support of Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon, organized a three-day residential program, titled,” Making Procurement Transparent and Efficient: Global Best Practices” at MDI Campus in Gurugram (Haryana).  Representatives from State owned Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) Mahanadi Coalfields, Indian Atomic Energy, Hindustan Petroleum, BSES attended the program.

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Board Of Directors

PTF India is managed by its Board of Directors and dedicated volunteers. They are supported by over 70 advisers that serve as unpaid consultants to the PTF network.

Project Database

PTF Projects in South Asia 2000-2017