CAAGLOP's mission is to encourage the involvement of Africans in national and regional development through the use of local knowledge and personal involvement in order to develop mechanisms that will obtain effective and sustainable results in the fight against hunger, poverty, unemployment, human rights abuses and the AIDS pandemic in Africa. Its activities are aimed at providing information to a large number of Africans regarding issues that affect their daily lives and to provide a forum for self-expression as well as interacting with others on various social, political, health, economic and educational issues.
CAAGLOP is an African NGO based in Dakar, Senegal. It receives financial support United Nations Volunteers (UNV). ... [according to site editor's information]
CRE-CO is a network of like-minded Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the Democracy, Governance and Human Rights sector. It is committed to a coordinated facilitation of communities to effectively and meaningfully participate in processes that safeguard constitutionalism and the rule of law. [according to site editor's information]
4Cs Trust is a national organization in popular constitutional reform, democratic constitutional governance and the rule of law. 4Cs involves the community in all its programmes to create clear systems of governance and information accessibility through open source system. [according to site editor's information]
Tanzania and the EC Delegation to Tanzania are committed to the involvement of Non-State Actors (NSAs) in the implementation of the current Country Strategy Paper (CSP). The strategy recognises NSAs as important partners in the realisation of its objectives. In 2006 an agreement with the EU was reached to support NSAs in the country. The overall objective is to empower Non-State Actors to be informed of and contribute to the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development policies and processes at all levels in a more structured manner. Thus, it facilitates a deepening and broadening of public participation in national development processes. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
CDRN was founded in 1994 by Uganda-based professionals involved in community development work. Initially established for supporting community development work through participatory techniques and for assisting those organisations involved in such work generally become more effective, CDRN also places emphasis on influencing the policy environment within which Civil Society Organisations are situated. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
MEJN is a coalition of more than 100 civil society organizations, which have activities in the field of economic governance. MEJN's membership include NGOs, Community Based Organisations, Trade Unions, representatives of the Media, the academia, among others. The network is committed to poverty reduction through promotion of equitable and just distribution of socioeconomic opportunities through capacity building of civil society, policy research and dissemination, advocacy and monitoring for good economic governance at national and international levels. ... [according to site editor's information]
Hakikazi Catalyst is a NGO committed to achieving social and economic justice. Its goal is to facilitate processes that support the initiatives of poor and marginalised communities to influence change in national and local level policy and practice and also to promote the eradication of poverty. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
DENIVA is a Ugandan Network of NGOs/CBOs providing a platform for collective action and a voice to voluntary local associations to strongly advocate for creation of more opportunities for people and CSO participation in the development of Uganda. Its aim is to influence poverty reduction and good governance processes and strategies through mobilising diverse experiences, knowledge and skills of CSOs onto a common platform of action. ... [according to site editor's information]
The CCS was established at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in July 2001, with the mission of promoting the study of South African civil society as a legitimate, flourishing area of scholarly activity. A related goal was to develop partnershipswithin civil society aimed at capacity-building, knowledge sharing, andgenerating reflection and debate.
A number of publications is downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information]
The IGD is an independent South African non-governmental organisation broadly concerned with key issues in international affairs, and how these affect South Africa, southern Africa, and Africa as a whole. The IGD's activities centre on four programme areas, encompassing:
* South Africa
* The southern African region
* The global order ... [according to site editor's information]