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Some partners of the Change Alliance and PSO foundation (ICCO, Hivos, Cordaid, SNV, and CDI) organised an expert meeting, which was held in Nairobi, Kenya from 1 to 3 december 2010. The aim of this expert meeting was to bring together experienced process facilitators in Africa, to synthesise their experiences on and methods for Multi-Stakeholder Process (MSP) facilitation and to draw lessons from it. Furthermore the meeting aimed to build a network of facilitators, which will enable facilitators and organisations working with MSPs to continue capacity building and knowledge sharing in the future.

To view the full report of this event, please click here

To view some reactions of participants, please click here.

The event brought together 30 persons from different countries in Africa who work in the development sector.

 On the experienced facilitators, policy makers and researchers shared challenges and opportunities in their work with MSPs for systemic change. 

Case studies:

Ailish Byrne (consultant), Ethiopia - Strengthening the evaluation of Community Conversations (CCS) on Hiv/AIDS in Ethiopia

Thembinkosi Mhlongo (Southern Africa Trust), SADC region - Institutionalising multi-stakeholder engagement in SADC: Making regional integration work for the poor

Wilson James (EMEDO), Tanzania - Promoting community engagement in sustainable fisheries

Jael Amati (GROOTS) and Remy Sietchiping (UN Habitat), Kenya – Adressing land issues in Kenya

Muswahili Evans – (NOVOK), Kenya - Addressing rampant abuse of human rights in Western Kenya

Julius Mwanga (KRC), Uganda - Breaking tribal and social barriers for a united regional development spectrum, through regional leadership retreats

Eelke Wielinga and Joseph Ssuuna (consultants) - The Healthy Networks learning project: an intercontinental multi-country multi-stakeholder learning process

To view the full case description, please click here


Using Outcome Mapping to support learning & reflection in a MSP

Dear all,

We have tried at Light for the World Netherlands to 'marry' Outcome Mapping with a MSP on Inclusive Education in Cambodia. Do you have similar experiences?

I welcome your feedback,


updated: 2013-01-18 08:22

CSOs and Business: Joint Agents for Change

PSO, ICCO, Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen UR and the Partnership Resource Centre (Erasmus University, Rotterdam) proudly present a joint publication with the latest insights on cooperation between business and civil society actors for development.

This digital publication is…

updated: 2012-09-03 11:37