This case study shows how convening influencing government practices and decision-making processes can have a transformative effect across government, bringing positive benefits to marginalized communities and millions of people. It also shows how NGOs can influence and support changes to government practices by playing a strategic convening role and becoming a systemic intermediary between different levels of government, regional bodies, CSOs, and local communities.
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