The State of Civil Society Organisations' Sustainability in Ghana: Striving, Surviving or Thriving?
This Report provides new insights about the sustainability of Civil Society (CS), and makes recommendations on what CS in Ghana must pay attention to if the sector is to remain valuable, and relevant, to Ghana's future development. The report captures the views, perceptions, opinions, fears, anxiety, excitement and the hopes of CS in relation to the current
development landscape and operating space in Ghana. The report also throws light on how CS in Ghana are grappling with profound questions about their future, purpose and role in socioeconomic development, as well as their legitimacy, recognition and visibility, operations, relationships and funding in Ghana. The report further tells the story of the mutable meanings of sustainability, the perceived present state of sustainability, the diverse challenges threatening sustainability of CS, the different strategies being employed by CS to ensure that they are sustainable and the roles that government and pool-funding mechanisms can play for CS in Ghana.
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