1. NGO Partners
AHF depends on collaboration with partners to complement its various projects. Currently AHF works with more than 250 non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and each relationship is reflective of the country-specific operational context, in particular the timing and nature of the operation and national governments’ views of NGOs. AHF recognizes the importance of longer-term partnerships and understand thatworking in partnership is one important way. A partnership is defined here as a mutually beneficial alliance between organizations where roles, responsibilities and accountabilities are clearly defined. These relationships are based on a shared vision regarding objectives and purpose of work. They involve joint resource contributions, shared risks and joint control of information. Our current distribution of partnership is defined in the view below. For more details feel free to connect with us at email@example.com
2. Corporate Partners
AHF strongly believes in the power of partnerships and collaborative efforts and has rich history of working with the corporate sector.
We work closely with multi-national corporations, national companies and small- to medium-sized businesses to identify, design and implement alliances that leverage the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of the world’s children.
In turn, AHF supports companies that aim to strengthen their commitment towards a positive contribution to the world’s communities and environment and provide support to achieve their CSR and business objectives.
Opportunities include efforts driven by long-term, integrated and multi-faceted partnerships which include both traditional and innovative approaches, such as:
- Strategic philanthropy through cash & in-kind contributions
- Employee-giving programmes.
- Humanitarian relief & support of emergency appeals
- Cause-marketing initiatives
- Events & sponsorship
- Innovations & program solutions for children
- Policy & advocacy for child rights
- Promoting corporate responsibility
- Training & capacity building.
AHF’S VOLUNTEER NETWORK
AHF’s Strength lies in its volunteers and their selfless support. AHF believes that unless members of the civil society are involved proactively in the process of development, sustainable change will not happen. We encourage and invite volunteers to be an active part of our organization and share the same vision and purpose as us – to work for the welfare of children and their families. Volunteers are the backbone of every organization – they not only carry the organization’s ideals within them, but also spread the message far and beyond, sensitizing the society towards the cause.
Our global volunteer network is of 3000+ volunteers who support us in various capacities. Fine below a summary view of our growing volunteer distribution network.