DLCI promotes improved policy and practice in drylands area by encouraging development actors to document and disseminate their learning and advocate for improved policy and practice. It is increasingly focusing on capacity building of citizens and local governments.
In recent years REGLAP has focused on two main areas:
DLCI which started in 2014 is currently focusing on the following key activities:
Strengthening capacities of governments and communities to work together to promote peaceful and inclusive development.
To promote the evidence base for improved policy and practice.
To promote synergy and coordination of key stakeholders for scale-up and deepening of interventions.
DLCI is run by a Management Board of Directors who have over 10 years’ experience in drylands issues in the region. The Board is largely made up of people from the drylands from civil society, academia, and government. DLCI has a small staff based in Nairobi largely from the drylands and runs an intern scheme for graduates interested in its work on communications and administration. For more information please contact email@example.com.
DLCI believes that having a well-managed mechanism for handling external complaints can improve the quality of its work, enhance the trust and confidence of stakeholders, identify areas of work that need to be improved, and ensure that DLCI learns from the feedback provided through this process.
If you have any general complaints about any aspect of DLCI and its work, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a complaint concerning the Chief Executive Officer, please send an email to the Chair of the Board of Management at email@example.com.
Postal complaints can also be sent to the Chief Executive Officer or Chair of the Board at DLCI’s official address: P.O BOX 76471-00508, Nairobi.