käyttöauto jyväskylä aukiolo Our activities can be summarised as follows: providing financial and technical support to our direct partners and participating in strategic networks or platforms related to Kepa's themes. Our technical support can be e.g. commenting position papers or concept notes for debates or seminars, or participation in discussions with donors and government representatives.
ulkoministeriö matkustustiedotteet tunisia We have also been supporting strategic networks by being their active members. We have also supported some networks in re-building their activities. As part of networks we participate in several activities aiming to influence government and parliament decisions. We also organise debates with donors together with our partners.
sisaren tytär wiki All above activities help us gain information that we share with our members and contribute to advocacy work in Helsinki. We produce blogs, videos and articles aiming to show the realities of CSOs' struggles in fighting against poverty and inequalities in Mozambique.
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Partnerships in Mozambique
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mistä seuraa yksinäiselle We continue cooperation with our long-term partner kuinka vihelletään sormilla (JA!) working with communities on different parts of Mozambique focusing on environmental issues and corporate accountablity. Kepa supports JA!'s advocacy work and our joint objective is to strenghten the organisational capacity and sustainablity of JA!
plaça duque de medinaceli barcelona One of our newer partners is the muurarien talvipäivät 2018 (JOINT). We support the capacity building of JOINT in coordinating CSOs' advocacy actions for enabling environment for civil society and participation in public decision making processes.
schoology wikipedia español We also support two thematic platforms or coalitions; the Natural Resources and Extractive Industry Platform (NREIP) and cicero de finibus übersetzung (GMD).
michael wellering ibbenbüren NREIP is a civil society platform improving CSOs' capacity to influence decision making processes especially in natural resources management and extractive industry. GMD is a coalition of NGOs, syndicates, religious groups, social communication organs, peasant associations and individuals interested in discussing and advocating for solutions on development issues, sustainable management of public resources and external debt.