International HIV/AIDS Alliance

The International HIV/AIDS Alliance (the Alliance) is a global partnership of 38 nationally-based linking organisations, seven regional technical support hubs and an international secretariat, working to support community action on AIDS in developing countries.

Our sixth strategic framework, HIV and healthy communities (2010-2012), proposes three aims: to protect human rights, increase access to health services and support secure livelihoods. In this new strategy, we intend to expand our work in the countries where we are already working, with a strong focus on Africa, thereby eliminating any start-up costs. This and other efficiencies will enable us to achieve our 2012 target of reaching 4.5 million people each year with services.

To achieve the three aims, we are pursuing four Strategic Responses:

  1. Scale up integrated programming
  2. Support well-functioning community-based organisations
  3. Help form engaged, inclusive societies
  4. Create a learning Alliance

International Children's Palliative Care Network

The ICPCN aims to achieve the best quality of life and care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions, their families and carers worldwide, by raising awareness of children's palliative care, lobbying for the global development of children's palliative care services, and sharing expertise, skills and knowledge.

Hope Worldwide

HOPE worldwide's vision is to bring hope and change the lives of the world's most poor, sick and suffering. HOPE worldwide is an international charity that changes lives by harnessing the compassion and commitment of dedicated staff and volunteers to deliver sustainable, high-impact, community-based services to the poor and needy.

HOPE worldwide was founded in response to the Scriptures, which call us to have the heart of Jesus by serving the poor and needy throughout the world. HOPE worldwide began in 1991 with three small local programs. Today HOPE worldwide operates on every inhabited continent, serving more than one million people annually.

HelpAge International

 
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We believe that the contribution older people make to society is invaluable. Yet older people remain some of the poorest and most neglected in the world. We are committed to helping them claim their rights, challenge discrimination and overcome poverty. Our vision is of a world in which all older people can lead dignified, active, healthy and secure lives. We work with our partners to ensure that people everywhere understand how much older people contribute to society and that they must enjoy their right to healthcare, social services and economic and physical security.

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Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Service Organisations (EANNASO)

The Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Service Organisations (EANNASO) is a regional network comprising of national networks of AIDS Service Organisations (ASOs). EANNASO's mandate is to facilitate coordination, effective joint advocacy, networking and information sharing among its member networks in Eastern Africa.

Our Values

In its endeavor to serve its target population, EANNASO cherishes the outlined core values which guide the individual staff, programming and operations of the organization as a whole:

Integrity: We are stewards that believe in professionalism at all levels of service delivery and puts transparency and accountability at the forefront of program implementation.

Unity: We support consultation and participation of all stakeholders at all stages of their interventions and works towards creating a sense of belonging through sharing and promoting a common voice. EANNASO values the strength of team work to achieve its goal.

Equity: We promote rights-based programs which stand for fairness, respect, and compassion.

Leadership: We foster leadership development at all levels, encourages innovation and promotes excellence through continuous learning.

Our Vision:

An empowered civil society working to free Eastern Africa of HIV and AIDS and its associated impacts

Our Mission:

To foster national and regional networking among CSOs for a collective voice towards an effective HIV and AIDS response

Our Strategic goal:

To strengthen the capacity of national networks and civil society organizations to respond to the effects of HIV and AIDS through policy advocacy, research, knowledge management and institutional development in the Eastern African region

Our Governance Arrangements

EANNASO is governed by the (i) General Assembly (comprising of member networks) which is the highest decision-making organ (ii) A Board of Governors elected from among member networks (iii) and a secretariat of professional staff charged with the day-to-day management of the organization. The three layered structure of the organization fosters institutional ownership, transparency and accountability.

Disability HIV and AIDS Trust

The Disability, HIV and AIDS Trust (DHAT) is a not-for-profit regional organization promoting HIV and AIDS responses that address the needs and empowerment of disabled people, through building and strengthening the capacity of Disabled Peoples' Organizations (DPOs) in southern Africa.

DHAT was founded by people with disabilities who have a strong foundation and experience of working in DPOs, supporting persons with disabilities (PWDs) to develop capacity to design and implement supportive programs at grassroots level. Although DHAT was formed by people with disabilities, it is not a membership organization.

DHAT has developed a strategic partnership with the Southern African Aids Trust (SAT) in scaling up the capacity of DPOs response to HIV and AIDS needs. A number of local DPOs from the region have benefited from the partnership through capacity building training and lesson sharing workshops.

Other regional organizations collaborating with DHAT in the region are, the Southern African AIDS Network (SAT), Southern African Aids Organization (SANASO), Regional Aids Non-Governmental Organizations (RANGO), and Africa Network of Religious Leaders Living with Aids (ANERELA+). 

Better care Network

Children need and have a right to be cared for by their parents and to grow up in a family environment. This has been recognized through years of experience and research as well as formally recognized under national and international laws, including the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

The mission of the BCN is to facilitate active information exchange and collaboration on the issue of children without adequate family care and advocate for technically sound policy and programmatic action on global, regional, and national levels.

Africa Platform for Social Protection

The African Platform for Social Protection (APSP) is a network of individuals and organizations operating at sub-national, national and regional levels, with a commitment to promoting and strengthening the social contract between states and citizens. This is done through promotion of active engagement of African civil society in the shaping of social protection policies, programmes, and practices in 25 countries in Africa.

To achieve this, APSP has adopted a range of strategies, including:

  • Fostering national discussions on social protection aimed at developing national consensus on what constitutes workable, home-grown approaches.
  • Creating awareness on the urgency of adopting social protection approaches in order to respond to the more intractable challenge of poverty and vulnerability
  • Carrying out training for several CSO representatives on identification of, and responding to, social protection needs.
  • Establishing collaborative partnerships with a cross-section of institutions, donors, and professionals with a stated interest in addressing the challenge of poverty and vulnerability in Africa.

Our mission

APSP exists to strengthen civil society engagement with the articulation, formulation and implementation of social protection policies and programmes in Africa.

Swedish International Development (Sida)

Sida works according to directives of the Swedish Parliament and Government to reduce poverty in the world. The overall goal of Swedish development cooperation is to contribute to making it possible for poor people to improve their living conditions. Swedish development aid follows three thematic priorities; democracy and human rights, environment and climate change and gender equality and womens' role. The individual person is always the focus of our work.

Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)

Norad’s functions are laid down in the agency’s terms of reference and annual letters of allocation issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Norad’s development strategy Towards 2015: Results in the Fight against Poverty, Norad aims to help to empower recipient countries to achieve their own development goals, be an instigator of public debate on development assistance and development and develop expertise, working methods and leadership that enable Norad to solve complex tasks effectively. 

Cooperation Agency (SIDA) Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)

The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is Switzerland’s international cooperation agency within the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA). In operating with other federal offices concerned, SDC is responsible for the overall coordination of development activities and cooperation with Eastern Europe, as well as for the humanitarian aid delivered by the Swiss Confederation. The goal of development cooperation is that of reducing poverty.

It is meant to foster economic self-reliance and state autonomy, to contribute to the improvement of production conditions, to help in finding solutions to environmental problems, and to provide better access to education and basic healthcare services. SDC carries out its activities with an annual budget of CHF 1.73 billion (2011) and a staff of some 600 people in Switzerland and abroad, as well as 1000 local employees. The Agency engages in direct operations, supports programmes of multilateral organizations, and helps to finance programmes run by Swiss and international relief organizations in four operational areas: Regional CooperationGlobal CooperationHumanitarian Aid  and Swiss Cooperation with Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)