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The GACC Local Accountability Network (LANet) Concept

The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) intervention to increasing local governance participation (in both numbers and depth of engagement) lies in the establishment of the Local Accountability Network (LANet) concept. The GACC has citizen anti-corruption groups recognized as the LANets present in thirty-three (33) districts within the sixteen (16) regions in Ghana. The LANet concept is consistent with local governance in terms of the structure of the LANets and their activities. The LANet brings together representatives from local civil society and thereby makes its membership truly representative of the sub-groups in the district. The core LANet members are representatives of the following groups:

·       Youth and Adolescent Groups

·       Women Groups

·       Child Advocacy Groups

·       Trade Associations, such as carpenters, beauticians’ associations, etc.

·       Professional Associations, such as teachers

·       Traditional Rulers, such as chiefs and queenmothers

·       People with Disability Groups (PwDs)

·       Media

·       Local Civil Society Organizations (LCSOs)

·       Community-Based Organizations (CBOs)

 

·       Faith-based Organizations

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The GACC Local Accountability Network (LANet) Concept

The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) intervention to increasing local governance participation (in both numbers and depth of engagement) lies in the establishment of the Local Accountability Network (LANet) concept. The GACC has citizen anti-corruption groups recognized as the LANets present in thirty-three (33) districts within the sixteen (16) regions in Ghana. The LANet concept is consistent with local governance in terms of the structure of the LANets and their activities. The LANet brings together representatives from local civil society and thereby makes its membership truly representative of the sub-groups in the district. The core LANet members are representatives of the following groups:

·       Youth and Adolescent Groups

·       Women Groups

·       Child Advocacy Groups

·       Trade Associations, such as carpenters, beauticians’ associations, etc.

·       Professional Associations, such as teachers

·       Traditional Rulers, such as chiefs and queenmothers

·       People with Disability Groups (PwDs)

·       Media

·       Local Civil Society Organizations (LCSOs)

·       Community-Based Organizations (CBOs)

 

·       Faith-based Organizations

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Job Purpose
The successful applicant shall perform but not limited to coordinating project implementation, monitoring project plans, schedules, budgets and expenditures, organizing and participating in stakeholders’ meetings and ensuring that project deadlines are met in a timely manner. The successful applicant will report to directly to the Head of Programmes.

 

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