This paper sets out a civil society analysis of the current status of Transparency and Accountability in land issues in Africa and what civil society would like to see in relation to this issue. It includes discussion of the trends and interventions in transparency and accountability, in particular international and African responses, and ends with a set of recommendations.
Since its formal launch in March 2014 in Dakar, Senegal, the CSO-LPI Platform has grown and now groups more than 50 Civil Society organizations - some of which are networks - working on land issues in some thirty African countries.
Cape Verde, the small island archipelago nation off Africa’s northwest coast, has set itself a very bold renewable energy target. As part of its “sustainable energy for all” agenda, it has pledged to obtain 100% of its electricity from renewable resources by 2025.
Investors Group endorses CSOs Costed Implementation Plan, GFF Secretariat & PMNCH announce co-financing of $800,000 in 2018
Aminu Magashi Garba of the Africa Health Budget Network and Angeline Mutunga of AFP/Jhpiego, civil society’s representatives on the GFF Investors Group had jointly presented the CSOs Implementation Costed Plan yesterday, Wednesday 8th November 2017. The presentation took place during the Global Financing Facility (GFF) in support of Every Woman Every Child (GFF) 6th Investors Group Meeting.