PPI is currently coordinating the implementation of the Civil Society – Government Policy Platform together with other development partners, civil society and Government with a goal to empower citizens to participate in and influence public policies that uphold their rights and development aspirations. With support from the several partners, PPI and its partners have designed this initiative to purposely establish the civil society – government policy platform as a structured, nationally coordinated and inclusive intervention aimed at strengthening citizen-state relationships in the processes of public policy design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The project change logic model is to use the CSP-government policy platform as a spring board to build public policy capacity of selected national and sub-national actors, establish virtual and physical spaces for policy sharing and reflections as well as increase citizens bargaining and influence in public policy processes. The anticipated overall outcome is a government that is accountable and responsive to citizens’ Rights and development aspirations.