By Arthur Sagot-Duvauroux
It takes time for an organization to influence policy decisions. It requires rigorous work to be trusted as a professional and high-quality organization. Relationships need to be established and expanded to the point that decision makers listen and solicit your opinion.
How can you secure such relationships when in just over a year the country goes through a popular uprising, a transitional government, a coup d’état, and democratic elections?
On October 2014, a popular uprising broke out in Burkina Faso, forcing M. Blaise Compaore to resign...