GoGo Foundation, a non-profit, a non-partisan and a non-governmental organization, was initially conceptualized in early 2000 as an academic forum to discuss governance and anti-corruption issues. However, it was given a legal identity only in 2008 through a proactive initiative of a group of anti-corruption campaigners, lawyers, journalists and human rights activists. It is registered at the District Administration Office in Kathmandu and is affiliated with the Office of Social Welfare Council. However, the organization started actively working since 2013.GoGo Foundation has been working to promote good governance, anti-corruption, quality public service delivery and humanitarian support. It has also been promoting right to information, social accountability and consumer rights by creating an informed citiznery and making the state accountable & transparent.
GoGo Foundation has a pool of professionals with more than a decade of experience in carrying out different good governance advocacy, research, networking and empowerment campaigns to enable the people to claim their entitlements, public goods and services. The organization embodies a repository of knowledge on thematic and technical aspects of more a dozen social accountability tools and practical experiences of having applied them in the local context.
GoGo Foundation has a wide network with Good Governance Clubs (GGCs) and their District Coordination Committees (DCCs) in Dolakha, Ramechhap, Okhaldhunga, Khotang, Dhankuta, Palpa, Banke, Surkhet, Dailekh, Salyan, Jajarkot, among many other districts of Nepal. They are working as GoGo Foundation's network partners at the local level. Major strategic approaches adopted by the organization are advocacy, capacity development, sensitization, policy research and networking.
GoGo Foundation has emerged as one of the proactive and vibrant non-governmental organizations because of its diversified strategic approaches, diversity of programs and geographical coverage. GoGo Foundation has ushered in reforms in improving governance policies, promoting quality public service delivery and creating people's access to public services through right-based campaign built on fundamental values of democracy and right to information in Nepal.