Institute for Democratic Governance Capacity Building Project (IDEG – CAP I & II)
Project Name:Institute for Democratic Governance Capacity Building Project (IDEG – CAP I & II)Institution :Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG)Project Region :
West & Central AfricaCountry :GhanaStatus :ActivePhase :1Grant Number :107Grant Amount (USD):1 500 000Commitment Date:2003Closing Date:2007Phase :2Grant Number:241Grant Amount (USD):1 700 000Commitment Date:2009Closing Date:2013Introduction:
- Core Competence:
Professionalisation of the Voices of the Private Sector & Civil Society
IDEGCAP’s overall goal is to contribute to sustained interface between the state and non-state actors in order to promote sustainable development in Ghana. The specific objectives are to: (i) increase IDEG’s institutional capacity to enable it continue championing sustainable interface between the State and Non-State Actors; (ii) consolidate formal interface between state and non-state actors; (iii) enhance policy and research analysis for informed Non-State Actors advocacy and lobbying efforts; and (iv) enhance the development of the interface capacities of both state and non-state actors.Project Description:
IDEGCAP II has four project components: (i) institutional support; (ii) interface frameworks and platforms; (iii) policy research, publications and dissemination; and (iv) interface capacity building The key outcomes of the project include: improved institutional systems and procedures to facilitate engagement with the state and other stakeholders; improved and responsive public policies and legal and regulatory framework for civil society organisations’ engagement; formalized interface platforms established with Ministries, Departments and Agencies that are functional; availability of expertise across the broad range of stakeholders that offer policy options that governments accept and harmonizes with public policy; creation of a pool of high quality and reputable organizations in stakeholder engagement and policy dialogue; and improved quality of strategies and gender sensitive policies advocated.
- Core Competence: