Partners can be divided into four main types
1. Funding Partners:
Agencies and other donors which provide funds for our projects but have no role in implementation.
DFID, DANIDA, USAID, UN OCHA, OFDA, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, New Zealand Aid, European Union, Big Lottery Fund, Unicef, Oak Foundation, CCPT, as well as direct funding from Australian Japanese & Belgian Governments.
2. Implementing Partners:
NGOs which have sub-contracted implementation activities to us.
OXFAM, CARE International, Mercy Corps, International Medical Council (IMC), Action Contra la Faim (ACF), Save the Children, GRM, ADRA, Blue Planet, Tear Fund, SNV, Medicins Sans Frontier, CNFA, GAA.
Organisations whose staff we have training, who have purchased our training material or received advisory services from Africa AHEAD.
WaterAid, Effective Interventions, CARE International, International Red Cross (Canada), International Lifeline Fund, IWSD, Practical Action, FCTZ, CRS, GAA, ACF, SCF, CARE, MedAir, Concern, ADRA, Village Network Africa, Mercy Corps,TearFund among others.
4. Government Stakeholders:
We always implement projects in partnership with the relevant government stakeholder: usually the Ministry of Health, Rural District Council or Town Council.