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close this bookA Study on the State of Local Resource Mobilisation Amongst DENIVA Member Organizations (DENIVA, 1996, 43 p.)
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View the documentAPPENDIX 6: INVENTORY OF INSTITUTIONS WHICH PROVIDE TRAINING RELATED TO LOCAL RESOURCE MOBILISATION
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I would like to acknowledge the DENIVA Secretariat for entrusting me with this study and allowing me easy access to the Resource Centre. I am also grateful to Mrs. Alida Bakema-Boon (DENIVA Programme Consultant) and Mr. David Kalete (DENIVA Programme officer) for their valuable time and contribution during workshops and comments during the write-up.

I am also indebted to all the workshop participants, government officials, Non Governmental Organisations, Community Based Organisations, training institutions, private sector and individuals whose assistance enabled me to complete the study successfully.

Special thanks also go to Ms. Beatrice Nakacwa and Mr. Ronald Kitanda for their assistance during data collection and processing.