6. Sustainability and Accountability


At the level of the individual youth, the training on leadership and lobby and advocacy skills and the strengthening of youth’ local and national networks contribute to the sustainability of the intervention. Also, integrating youth in municipal and departmental structures contributes to sustainability of the intervention. Wilde Ganzen also gave training to partners on financial sustainability of organizations.


At the local level, organizations have been implementing social audit exercises, where the community members meet in an assembly and ask the leaders of the youth movements for the management of resources. National legislation is rigid with regard to the use of funds from abroad; as a country vulnerable to drug activity and ungovernability, there is a legal framework to prevent corruption and money laundering.

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