February 13 – 16, 2012
Theme: “Consolidating WANEP’s Institutional Capacity for Peacebuilding in West Africa”
As part of its efforts to strengthen its institutional capacity for a better, well organized and highly professional peacebuilding organization, WANEP had its 2012 retreat from February 15th to 16th, in Accra – Ghana with the theme: Consolidating WANEP’s Institutional Capacity for Peacebuilding in West Africa”
After 13 years of active peacebuilding practice in West Africa, WANEP believes it is now time to consolidate its institutional capacity through a well-structured and professional peacebuilding organization. During the retreat, Regional Board Members of WANEP, National Board Chairs, National Network Coordinators and regional staff engaged in reflections informed by the report on WANEP 2011 Systems Audit which was commissioned by the Swedish International Development Agencies (Sida) on how WANEP should restructure and reposition itself strategically in the coming years.
As an organization directly involved in practice, WANEP’s retreat produced concrete strategic policy directions which would also become the pillars for developing the next strategic plan of WANEP both at regional and national levels. The retreat also provided the opportunity for the harmonization of WANEP’s internal working procedures while ensuring that accountability is a priority in every National Network.
The retreat was preceded by a meeting with WANEP’s funding partners in a bid to engage like-minded partners in a Joint Funding Arrangement as advised by the Accra declaration on Aid Effectiveness
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