Ghana learning and sharing trip joint summary report

Introduction: “ArdhiYetu is a program that seeks to support and strengthen the capacity of Tanzanian CSOs to promote land rights of smallholder farmers and pastoralists as a means of ensuring food security. As other program, ArdhiYetu keeps striving to be the best through learning and sharing information and knowledge on partnership, land rights and pastoralists issues in Tanzania.

Therefore, ArdhiYetu from CARE Tanzania together with colleagues from Mozambique and Ghana planned an exchange visit to Ghana with the purpose of learning what and how our colleagues are implementing their programs. Amongst people or groups they met in Ghana, were three groups; KASA (meaning Speak Out), Forest Watch Ghana and CICOL.

Main objectives of the trip were:

  • To learn from Ghana how to build strong and sustainable coalition best on your Forest Watch Ghana Coalition experience
  • To learn and share on the ground advocacy experience through partners
  • Focus group discussion on partnership, how to keep and maintain strong and sustainable partnership.”

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