Empowering Civil Society to Influence Value Creation in the National Economy: Using Hydrocarbons and the Mechanism of Local Content and Local Participation Towards Poverty Reduction:
Sixty percent (60%) or more of CSOs working in the Oil and Gas sector are equipped with monitoring and analytical tools and information to understand, appreciate and promote positive linkages between the oil and gas sector and the national economy towards sustainable development and structural transformation. 1. Sixty percent (60%) or more of CSOs working in the Oil and Gas sector are well informed on the hydrocarbon linkages to the national economy and are actively engaged in related discussions to influence structural transformation of the national economy and poverty reduction in Ghana. 2. There is enhanced advocacy capability of about 60% or more of CSOs working in the Oil and Gas sector through evidenced-based information to advocate for value creation and transmission in the national economy.