In January 2017, Transparency International and Ford Foundation signed an agreement for the implementation of an 18 month project titled: Tackling Inequalities in West Africa through Transparent, Accountable and Participatory Governance. One of the project’s objectives is to promote prevention and the enforcement of anti-corruption standards in land governance and basic social services in ECOWAS Member States. To this end, an advocacy planning workshop for West Africa Chapters of TI will be held in Lomé, Togo, from 13 – 15 September 2017. The workshop will be hosted by ANCE, the TI national contact in Togo.
The objectives of the workshop are to (1) facilitate the adoption of a roadmap for TI engagement with land and education governance stakeholders in ECOWAS on the adoption and enforcement of anti-corruption standards in these sectors; (2) provide a platform for peer learning on anti-corruption efforts in the areas of land and education and (3) Equip interested TI Chapters and partners for monitoring and advocacy around the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Further information will come very soon.
For more, please contact :
- Fabrice Kodjo Ebeh, Executive Director, ANCE-Togo at email@example.com
- Samuel Kaninda, Africa Regional Advisor, Transparency International at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more about ANCE-Togo, please visit www.ancetogo.org
For more about TI, please visit www.transparency.org