PDF-2003 Retreat Report-Long-term strategies for addressing development challenges in Africa must be firmly rooted in local realities and experience, while enabling such experience and knowledge to inform macro-level policies, with their ability to enact sweeping change and mobilize significant human and financial resources.
A key challenge for funders in Africa is how to balance such needs to achieve the greatest possible impact. What role does research play in informing development priorities and grantmakers’ agendas in Africa? What policies are effective in formulating the response of grantmakers? Such questions provided the framework for the fourth annual retreat.
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