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Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Development: For sustainable alliances in the South Caucasus

Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Development: For sustainable alliances in the South Caucasus
7 pages

Authors
Goodrich, Ian
Trudel, Benoit

Publication date
10 Jul 2017

DOI
10.21201/2017.9781

ISBN
978-0-85598-978-1

Publisher
Oxfam

Type
Case study

The programme’s overall objective is ‘to contribute to the improvement of food security and nutrition in the South Caucasus through smallholder farmers’ representation in the governance processes’. 

It focuses on working with government structures and civil society actors to develop, implement and monitor food security-related strategies and legislation, ensuring that support mechanisms are in place for small-scale producers. The programme also supports national alliances and institution-building, enabling sustainable civil society engagement in the policy process, a critical component given Oxfam's planned phase-out in 2017.

This document particularly focuses on the programme's use of the Social Network Analysis methodology to support the sustainability of its alliances.

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