To respond to your question, Time and interest is what is really needed to participate in this platform. You may or may not see this in terms of a monetary cost, and I would focus more on the benefits and gains of being part of a growing community of practitioners interested in public procurement.
We hope that passion about this topic is really the driver for interaction and participation in ProAct.
Some of the ways you can participate is by starting a discussion, you may want to ask a question to other members of ProAct, or talk about a challenge you are currently facing regarding this topic and invite others to reflect and to share their experience with a similar situation.
You may also know about other events that members of the community should know about, or know about a very good report or resource that can be useful to others and that you want to share. Did you capture any photos about the meeting in Uganda that you would like to post?
Like you there are others that are interested in contributing, learning and networking with other practitioners. As we continue introducing ProAct to new members and also expand to practitioners from other regions we hope that this knowledge exchange becomes richer and supports your work.
I noticed you didn't specify the name of the organization you are working with, you may want to share and also include something about Your Work in your profile to highlight some of your experience.
We hope that you find this space useful to share and learn about experiences in public procurement reform, and at the same time, connect with other practitioners interested in the topic areas that interest you most to collaborate with.
Let me know if I you have any questions about this platform or if you need any assistance.