This report provides a reference source for understanding the concepts, methods, interventions and innovations aimed to make good governance a possibility. The intervention needs to vary according to the context from little changes in some cases to critical changes in other’s. As there is a basic infrastructure already available in the countries of the region, political commitment becomes the core problem. The problems on which good governance can be built are in the realm of rule of law, integrity, transparency, participation, accountability and efficiency. These rules are not only for the public sector but also for the NGOs, civil society organizations, private sector and all others involved in development. The report, based on the proceedings of the second workshop titled “Follow-up Workshop and Preparing Guidelines for Good Governance”, was held at CIRDAP during 18-22 April 2004 , presents an overall picture on various matters pertaining to governance.