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Bringing the Government on the Table

This track record case of Civic Engagement Alliance shows its experience in developing and executing lobbying and advocacy strategies in Benin. The case covers the period 2016 - 2019.

The strategy underlying the track record is aimed at increasing or maintaining civic space, improving food security, strengthening value chains andresponsible business conduct This is done in close collaboration with many stakeholders, including (female) smallholder farmers, the corporate sector and governments.

The track record case elaborates on the context and background of the problem, interventions, results, ways of cooperation and aspects of innovation, sustainability and accountability.

1. Introduction

Structural problems in both the cashew and shea sector, negatively impact its potential.

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2. The Problem

A number of problems affect the environment in which cashew and shea sectors develop.

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3. Interventions

The intervention consists of capacity development and support to partners to engage with government and private sector.

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4. Results

Some of the most prominent results on the two intervention strategies in the program are described hereafter.

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5. Expertise and Capacity

The Alliance and its partners in Benin bring together relevant expertise and capacities.

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6. Policy Makers and Networks

Communication to key audiences and developing relationships with government is at the heart of advocacy work.

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7. Sustainability and Accountability

Platforms enforce sustainable actions and develop mutual exchange and adjustments.

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8. Innovation

The program contributes to bridge cashew and shea private actors, NGOs, government and unions.

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