A Reflective Self-Inquiry into My Practice as an Inclusive Governance Advocate in the Ghana Forestry Sector: Bible-Based Collaborative Monitoring Evaluation and Control


Owusu Ansah Mercy Serwah


Through reflection and inquiry into improving their practices and outcomes, action research allows practitioners to evaluate and gain insight into their practices. The researcher conducts a deliberate and retrospective analysis of her practices in this study, a reflective self-inquiry. The goal is to identify the Bible perspective on collaborative monitoring, evaluation, and control, create an enabling environment for women participation in collaborative monitoring, evaluation, and control of forestry-related interventions, and propose alternative practices and measures to manage women participation.