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CSO Accountability: why and how should CSOs effectively engage stakeholders to increase their impact?

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    Ezgi
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    Hi everyone, my name is Ezgi, I work at Accountable Now and I was a presenter in the KP’s last webinar on “CSO Accountability: why and how should CSOs effectively engage stakeholders to increase their impact?” (watch the recording here).

    Thanks again to those who participated in the webinar for sharing some great questions! Happy to explore further here, and given so many of you said during the webinar that you engage your stakeholders in the entire cycle of your work (planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation) I’d love to hear more about how you do that. What are some particularly successful approaches? What tends to be challenging? Let me know, and feel free to ask any other questions you may have.

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