In 2000, the Integrated Social Development Center, ISODEC, initiated a research which aimed at promoting national development alternatives principally in Ghana and to some extent in the West African sub region. Referred to as the Rights-Based Advocacy Programme (RBA), the programme sought to confront the neoliberal policy measures promoted largely by the international donor community. By this, ISODEC sought to alert government and other supporting bodies to the disadvantages of accepting the policies, like water pr222222222222222222222222222222222222222

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