Senegal launched its first National Action Plan (NAP) in 2011 for an unspecified period. This NAP has been developed through a participatory process that involved the Ministry of Gender and Relations with African and Foreign Women's Associations, Ministry of Family, Women's Organisations and Youth, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Health and Prevention, Ministry of Education Parliament, local groups, universities and civil society research centres. The Steering Committee, comprised of government ministries, intergovernmental agencies and civil society organisations, coordinates and monitors the Senegalese NAP implementation, and is intended to ensure that the National Action Plan is aligned with the Constitution of Senegal and all other existing laws and policies. Senegal’s NAP is elaborate and specific, including all actors in a chapter on stakeholder mapping, with clear sets of indicators and action plans. Slightly less specific on the drafting process it still mentions inclusion of civil society actors in the drafting process. The implementation process is well laid out, with a matrix specifying the parties involved in coordination, the priority areas concerned and the finances needed to realize these activities. Likewise, specified indicators are subject to a clear task division for monitoring and evaluation, which encompasses all branches of government concerned as well as a multiplicity of civil society actors (Miller, Pournik, & Swaine, 2014).