Re-inventing Civil Society Formations for More Effective Pro-poor Regional Policy Influencing in Southern Africa: A Quantitative Assessment of Progress in the Southern Africa Trust's Work Between Baseline Indicators and Results in 2010
This report is a comparative analysis of the Southern Africa Trust baseline survey carried out in 2007 and a mid term evaluation done in 2010 on capacity for, and extent and quality of engagement in, pro-poor regional policy influencing by civil society formations in the southern Africa region, against which the Trust could evaluate the impact of its work.
Southern Africa Trust
Copyright 2007 Southern Africa Trust.
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