Our framework aims to help communities to function more effectively and efficiently in dealing with development challenges. The framework consist of 3 areas:1. People: who are involved in community development (local managers, active volunteers and community members)
Community sharing, inter-community sharing. The interconnection platform (StayConnecteD4Dev) between different members, learners and mentors is a significant sustainability factor. The exchange of experiences and development of practical methods allow not only prevent failures, but also to optimize the positive risk. Also, the psychosocial dimension that brings a successful experience in the same field ... (Yannick from Cameroon)
Rocio Gonzalez is a young researcher based in Mexico. As International Civil Society Week kicks off, Rocio shares her thoughts on local versus global civil society, and her experiences with the Case for Space initiative. Talking global when it comes to civil society – and maybe everything (?) – is a tricky business. Personally, I…
One of the greatest barriers to the transformation of the power sector is the low level of tax collection and the failure of governments to build credible tax systems. Domestic taxes can cover almost half the financing gap in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) continues to have much higher fertility and lower contraceptive usage than any other region: the contraceptive prevalence rate of 22% is less than half that of South Asia (53%) and less than a third that of East Asia (77%). This is despite evidence of strong benefits to reduced fertility or relatedly, toRead More
This is the story of two inspiring African leaders: Graça Simbine Machel, the former First Lady of Mozambique and of South Africa, and Zainab Bangura, the first woman to run for the Presidency in Sierra Leone. Each has worked for women’s rights and good governance. Each has years of service in politics and numerous honorsRead More
It was a moment of truth telling and reality check at the just-concluded 5th Tana High-Level Forum on Security in Africa when former United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Kofi Annan insisted that African countries must stop begging, cap-in-hand, for assistance from foreigners to address challenges confronting the continent.
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