current strategy has a strong emphasis on Rights Based
Approach and less so on primary service provision. This
continues a trend which has been established in the
successive plans during the 25 years of CDA’s existence.
Although NGO’s play a substantial and vital role towards
the current development needs, the long term success of
the country lies with the ability of the Government and
Administration to deliver its commitments to the various
National and International strategy papers and
declarations. There is an increasing trend for
International partnerships and monetary aid to be
targeted at infrastructure development, economic growth
and government services. As such, agents for change
within the NGO sector, media, private sector and civil
society should increase domestic pressure for reform.
most successful reforms will be those generated by an
increasingly mobilized and organized civil society.
Facilitation of stronger GO and NGO partnerships will
provide more and better quality services to the poorest