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Partners in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan AfricaWorking with local leaders in seven countries in West Africa, Partners contributes resources and facilitation expertise to solve development challenges. We work with the region’s vibrant civil society to improve the transparency, accountability, and responsiveness of local and national governments, and strengthen the relationship between governments, security services, and citizens to promote stability and prosperity. 





For more information on Partners work in Sub-Saharan Africa please contact:

Kehinde Togun, Deputy Director, Sub-Saharan Africa Region
phone: +1 973.342.9700 

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