Elevating Rapport Between Government and Civil Society


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Nathaniel Abara, Managing Advisor/CEO, Enterprise Trust & Development Company Limited and economic advisor, writes on the need to bridge the gap between the government and civil society organizations (CSO).

Abara states that the rapport can be established through the Council of Civil Society, making it as the fourth tier of government. He emphasizes that CSOs should be actively involved in the ways they are being governed, not how powerful interests prefer to govern them.


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