Campaign for Good Governance (CGG)

Campaign for Good Governance (CGG) is a registered national non-governmental organization (NGO) advocating for good governance in Sierra Leone.

CGG exists to increase citizen participation in governance through Advocacy, capacity building and civic education in order to build a more informed civil populace and a democratic State. It was established in 1996 when leaders of the pro-democracy movement in Sierra Leone came together to agitate against a military interregnum, who took power in 1992 but showed no sign of returning the country to democratic values and government.  Since 1996, CGG has it’s headquarter in Freetown, the capital city and branches across the other districts of Sierra Leone namely Bo, Bonthe, Tonkolili, Kenema, Makeni, Port Loko, Kabala and Western Rural.

CGG programmes have evolved over the years to adapt to the changing needs of Sierra Leone and it works with key partners including international NGOs and government Ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) to effectively deliver programs. CGG has affiliations with several associations and research communities, and such strong network and a long history of successful campaigns have given CGG an excellent reputation as one of Sierra Leone’s leading LNGOs. 

The organization's programs are underlined by three themes: Freedom, Democracy and Gender equality.