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Overview

Due to the complex nature and high financial cost of electoral assistance, good collaboration/cooperation with other national and international stakeholders is essential for the successful implementation of an electoral assistance project. In general, interactions with project stakeholders can happen in various ways such as: advocacy, funding agreements, and/or partnerships. In case of a project for electoral assistance, there are some specific issues for project staff to be aware of, as well as funding instruments available.

What You’ll Learn Here

This section will provide you with the basic concept of advocacy in electoral assistance. It will also provide you with different scenarios for resource mobilization, and steps to be followed for successful partnership building.

Elections, Electoral, Electoral Cycle, Electoral Law, Voter registration, Civic Education, Voter Education, Public Outreach, Turnout, Voter, Political Party, Political Parties, Electoral Observation, Basket funds, Resource Mobilization, Fund Management, Electoral Procurement, Election Materials, UNDP, United Nations Development Programme, Implementation, Electoral Assistance, Partnership, Capacity Development, Needs Assessment, Risk Assessment, Terms of Reference, ToRs, Electoral Budget, Electoral Planning, Electoral Management Body, EMB, Project Development, Note of Guidance, Guidance, ACE Electoral Knowledge Network, ACE, BRIDGE, Building Resources in Democracy Governance and Elections, EC-UNDP Partnership, EC-UNDP Operational guidelines, Electoral Administration, Gender