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ECOWAS Grant Management Training for Non State Actors in West Africa - Training Narrative Report (October, 2011)

ECOWAS Grant Management Training for Non State Actors in West Africa - Training Narrative Report (October, 2011)

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TRAINING NARRATIVES REPORT
 STRENGTHENING THE GRANT MANAGEMENTCAPACITIES OF NON-STATE ACTORS IN WEST AFRICA DATE: 18 – 20, October, 2011 VENUE: JARIA HOTEL, EAST LEGON, ACCRA-GHANA 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION 4
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COURSE SESSIONS 6
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CONCLUSION
 
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 Appendix 1: Group Exercises 15 Appendix 2: Programme Agenda 21
 
 Appendix 3: List of Participants 25
 
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 ABOUT IMPLEMENTING ORGANISATIONS
 
 About ECOWAS Commission
ECOWAS was established on 28 May, 1975 to promote cooperation and integrationamong West African countries. It was initially made up of the following sixteen (16)Member States: Benin , Burkina Faso , Cape Verde , Cote d'Ivoire , The Gambia,Ghana , Guinea , Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali , Mauritania , Niger , Nigeria , Senegal ,Sierra Leone and Togo . Following the withdrawal of Mauritania in 2001, there arenow fifteen (15) Member States making up the community.The mission of ECOWAS is to promote cooperation and development in all spheres of economic activity through the removal of all forms of trade barriers and obstacles tothe free movement of persons, goods and services, as well as the harmonizing of regional sector policies. The main objective is to establish a large West Africancommon market and create a monetary union. www.ecowas.int
 About WACSI
  West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) was established by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa and the Soros Foundation Network to enhance the capacity of civil society in the region. The Institute was set up in an attempt to bridge theinstitutional and operational gaps identified in civil society. WACSI’s role will be to serve as a resource center engaged in training, research,documentation, and policy dialogue for NSAs in West Africa. The advocacy work of the Institute is conducted through its policy dialogue process, which brings togetherdifferent stakeholders to deliberate on topical issues that affect West African States.Position papers will be published by the institute and disseminated to policy makers. www.wacsi.org

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