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Venue: WACSI Secretariat, Accra, Ghana
Date: Thursday, 26 February, 2015
Time: 9.00 – 1.00pm
The workshop convened forty participants from CSOs from all countries in the region except Togo and Mauritania. They revisited international policies and institutions that exist to back-up efforts to combat the drug menace.
The workshop gave participants an opportunity to acknowledge the strong factors in West Africa that can pave way to significantly minimise the current threats posed by the drug menace in the region.
- See more at: http://www.wacsi.org/en/site/newsroom/2620/CSOs-Reinforce-Ties-to-Enhance-Drug-Policies-in-West-Africa-OSIWA-Kofi-Annan.htm#sthash.sKIqZQHN.dpuf
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Here's a quick video recap of the two day conference. What are some of the issues civil society should focus attention on addressing in 2015?
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WACSI’s mission: WACSI is a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to strengthen the institutional and operational capacities of civil society organisations through capacity strengthening programmes for increased and effective policy engagement, and the promotion of development, good governance and democratic values in West Africa.
WACSI's Vision: WACSI envisions a West Africa of efficient, effective, and influential civil society functioning as strategic partners for democracy, good governance and sustainable national development.
Our Theory of Change: We enhance the capacity of civil society to adequately and effectively partner government and the private sector to achieve sustainable development in West Africa.