Knowledge to Action by Rapprochement: Counsel to Actors Seeking Impact through Policy and Reform of Institutions in Central Africa

Peter N. Mbile
World Resources Institute, Yaoundé, Cameroon
C/o World resources Institute, Washington DC, USA

Series: African Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POL053000


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This book is a counsel on “Rapprochement”, a framework to compel actors in multiple sectors and levels of policy-making and land use, to work together in Central African countries. The audiences are donor entities, international organizations and experts, policy makers and civil society organizations who provide financial, material, intellectual and advocacy support to climate resilient development.

Set in Cameroon with specific examples from the Democratic Republic of Congo and illustrations from advanced societies and economies in Europe, North America and Asia, this book focuses on, and expounds the notion of Rapprochement; as a feasible framework to bring citizens and policy makers together, build bridges between knowledge centers and their clients, and eventually to help link science, knowledge, policy and institutions. (Imprint: Novinka )


Executive Summary

Chapter I: Central Africa Context: Resource Governance and Wellbeing

Chapter II: Knowledge to Action through Policy in Central Africa

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Audience: Donor entities, international organizations and experts, policy makers, civil society organizations and investors in Africa interested in corporate responsibility

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