2015 Annual Report
The current activity report of the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) aims at presenting the Institute’s results for the year 2015. WACSI’s activities during the year
2015, were centered around three main areas:
• Strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations in Africa;
• Knowledge management;
• Policy Influencing and advocacy
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2014 Annual Report
WACSI’s goal is to strengthen civil society in West Africa to contribute effectively to sustainable development in the region. In 2014, WACSI worked with beneficiaries of its programmes to share their stories. It is a matter of pride for WACSI when these organisations and civil society actors that have benefitted from the Institute’s programmes use the skills and knowledge acquired to improve their performance and achieve the expected results. We are happy to share these stories with you too.
2013 Annual Report: Moving Forward
Another fascinating year of progressing towards our goal of strengthening civil society as an influential, credible and effective partner to government and the private sector for sustainable development in West Africa has rolled by. 2013 represented a year of advancement for WACSI as we moved forward in the attainment of our goals.
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2012 Annual Report
It was clear at the end of 2012 that WACSI had sustained its achievements over the previous years and laid a solid foundation towards achieving its mission: providing capacity development within the civil society sector in West Africa to make it more effective, efficient, influential and sustainable.
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WACSI 2011 Annual Report (English)
2011 was an activity-packed year with new experiences, new partnerships and the birth of new initiatives.WACSI experienced growth through an expansion of programmes and outreach, but also one of depth where the Institute looked within to strengthen itself and its partnerships.
Annual Report 2010 "Sustaining Our Commitments"
2010 was a truly remarkable year for WACSI. The organisation moved offices; experienced funding uncertainties as its major funder went through a restructuring process; and started the year without a substantive Executive Director. The Board graciously bridged the leadership gap, with Prof. Esi Sutherland Addy;‘Auntie Esi’, as she is affectionately called, providing excellent guidance and direction. By the time I joined in October 2010, WACSI was not just standing firm and sailing smooth, it was also on the right course.