Ghana Civil Society Organisations Platform on SDGs

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Launch of the Africa Development Partners Award (ADPA)

Ghana Accra
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
Multi-stakeholder collabroation to Launch the African Development Partners Award (ADPA) on September 25th. The ADPA is an annual award scheme that will honour and recognise the outstanding contributions made by NGOs, Philantropists, development partners etc for their committment in tackling development challenges in developing countries. Follow us on facebook and twitter to watch and also post your comments: African Development Partners Awards; CSO Platform on SDGs Ghana;  Twitter Handle: @CSOPlatformSDG
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About Ghana Civil Society Organisations Platform on SDGs

The Civil Society (CSO) Platform on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a non governmental organisation established in October 2015 to ensure more coordinated civil society efforts in achieving the SDGs in Ghana. The Platform was institutionalised in May, 2016 and presently counts over 200 member organisations, including coalitions, associations, unions, community-based organisations, local, national and international non-governmental organisations and religious groups. The Platform’s membership cuts across the regions and districts in the country. Membership is divided into the 17 Sub-platforms, one for each of the 17 goals. Each of the sub-platform is headed by a team of one convener and two-five co-conveners.

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