The Role of CSOs in Climate Action Through Informal Climate Change Learning in Ghana
According to Drah (1993), Tsikata et al. (2013), Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) are a cluster of intermediary organisations/associations that operate between the primary units of society (like individuals, nuclear and extended families, clans, ethnic groups, and village units) and the state. They include community-based organisations, Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs), farmers’ movements; trades unions; religious organisations; professional associations; advocacy groups and think tanks among others (Atuguba 2015, Tsikata et al. 2013).
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