Working Towards Building a Green Economy and Sustainable Local Communities


Share Your Story

Turn your successes and good practices into a reading document so others can reflect and learn from your results!

You can share your story if you are a:

  • National government agency
  • Local government unit
  • Non-government institution / Civil society organization
  • Private sector / business
  • Local community

And you have good practices / initiatives on the following areas to achieve transformative change:

  • Poverty reduction and achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
  • Environment and natural resource management
  • Responsible mining and other resource extractive operations
  • Renewable energies and other clean development mechanisms
  • Utilization of assets and revenues from natural wealth for sustained inclusive economic growth
  • Transparency and accountability in extractive industries
  • Others

Please note that PPEI will not make changes or publish your story unless you give permission or submit your story for inclusion in the Stories of Change library on this site.

Please include testimonials of the beneficiaries in your story; statistics and facts. Make sure to include a high-resolution picture with caption and credit for your story. You may also send us a request to visit your community / organization to document your initiative/s. Ideal Total Word Count: 600-800 words.
Should be related to your story.
Files must be less than 6 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png.
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Stories of Change Worksheet

To make writing your story easier, this worksheet will help you organize the information you need for your story.

Word 2007 - 13 Format (docx)
Word 97 - 2003 Format (doc)


  • Fields marked with red asterisk are required
  • Review and accomplish the Worksheet
  • Click the Choose File button to upload your file
  • Send us your story together with your details by clicking the Send

Some Writing Tips!

  • Use active voice.
  • Use short, complete sentence.
  • Be concise.
  • Use simple words.
  • Avoid jargon.
  • Give significant and compelling facts.