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Togo / FETAPH organized a regional workshop of skills pooling and sharing experience between its member organizations and partners

In order to strengthen its organizational system, FETAPH is implementing the "capacity building and pooling of skills of its member organizations" project with the financial support of Pro-CEMA. As a result, it organized a regional workshop for the benefit of Lomé organizations to pool skills and share good practices in terms of the inclusion of people with disabilities in development policies and programs and governance. This one-day workshop was held on September 25, 2020 at the Relais de la caisse in Lomé.

Aimed at developing the culture of associative life and the pooling of skills within the FETAPH network, this one-day workshop was attended by around thirty people. It began at 9 am with the presentation and collection of participants’ expectations led by the moderator Mr. ALIPUI Innocent.
Beginning his communication with a question : What is an association ?, the facilitator Mr. Brice BANDO, coordinator of the support component, accompaniment of member organizations and partners of FETAPH, in a participatory manner led the participants to define what is an association, the different types of association and the main functions of an association.
Thus, from the various interventions, we retain as elements allowing to define an association : a group of individuals (members), vision, goal, objectives, target, non-profit, apolitical, texts, territory, organs, etc.
The typology, the main functions and the credibility criteria of an organization will follow.
Approaching the typology, we retain : religious, cultural, sports, political, trade union associations, economic interest groups. Regarding the main functions of an association, it is essential to retain the creation of rules and norms, advocacy, provision of information and direct assistance.
He then discussed the elements of credibility (operation, professionalism, transparency and being active).

In its second communication entitled “good governance within organizations” good governance is effective, efficient and productive management. But associative governance consists of "a set of actions by which rules are developed, decided, accepted, implemented and monitored". He finally invited the representatives of the various organizations present to endorse the principles of good governance in order to increase their credibility and their chance of mobilizing resources.

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