The Pacific Development space is a regional development framework that engages countries in the Pacific. Through regional Organisations, national and state representation convene with Non-State actors to determine sectoral and multi-sectoral issues of development. This eventually translates to regional commitments and national policies that ultimately impact the lives of Pacific Islanders.
This report looks at the discussions and the assessment results that emerge from the Organisational Capacity Assessment (OCA) experiences with Civil Society Organisation (CSO) in 9 Pacific Island countries. This is to understand their organisational and financial governance, and how their influencing capacities translate to Pacific national and regional CSOs effectiveness in their shaping the national and regional policies