Enhancing regional knowledge on effective participatory development models to address Fragility, Conflict and Violence risks in West and Central Africa
Building on previous knowledge-exchange initiatives at the World Bank, this platform aimed to: (i) consolidate operational knowledge on participatory local development and service delivery in Fragile, Conflict and Violence (FCV) contexts in the region; (ii) support the sharing of this knowledge between neighboring countries wit
Strengthening the Disability Inclusion Agenda in Cameroon, Nigeria and Sierra Leone
A knowledge exchange and peer learning program were carried out virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions through a series of webinars, bringing together practitioners and representatives of key ministries and public agencies, as well as Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), and Organizat
Providing country: Cameroon, Nigeria, Sierra Leone
Receiving country: Cameroon, Nigeria, Sierra Leone
Strengthening the Regional Community-Driven Development Network in Africa in Fragility, Conflict and Violence Contexts
Building upon a knowledge exchange that took place from 2017 to 2018, this knowledge exchange – with an extended scope and regional participation – had as objective to (a) deepen learning and the ties forged between Guinea and Cameroon CDD project teams, while extending the knowledge network to Burundi and across linguistic bou
Providing country: Burundi, Cameroon, Guinea, Nigeria
Receiving country: Burundi, Cameroon, Guinea, Nigeria
Participatory Local Development and Service Delivery in Francophone Africa
The Governments of Cameroon, Guinea and Senegal (“the Governments”) have been pursuing a strategy of decentralization in tackling challenges of poverty, weak institutional capacity, and fragility.
Providing country: Guinea, Cameroon
Receiving country: Guinea, Cameroon, Senegal
Enhancing Natural Resource Management in Africa
The governments of Cameroon and Ghana wanted to use oil and gas revenues more effectively to promote economic growth and reduce poverty. They also wanted to improve transparency and accountability in the sector.
Providing country: Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, South Africa