Partnering with ACHA
The Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance (ACHA) is an international NGO that promotes collaboration among its partners. ACHA’s vision is a world wherein the societies of Africa and the Caribbean positively reconnect, as a way for their peoples to contribute towards an increased space for sustainable development, peace, safety and security, and the overall human condition.
ACHA is working on its Strategic Framework 2015-2020. This framework aims at further engaging stakeholders, including member governments, the private sector, civil society organizations, academia, research institutes, media, citizens, bilateral and multilateral donors, volunteer organizations and any like minded partners to contribute to achieving these positive reconnections.
Why partner with ACHA?
Partnerships between ACHA and other organizations allow a leveraging of the vast networks of contacts, resources and funding to achieve an agreed common goal; that of nurturing economic partnerships, entrepreneurship development, transportation and logistics, business to business matchmakings, poverty alleviation, cultural enhancement, among other things. Several opportunities exist on how to support ACHA. Below, we highlight just a few of them.
1. Resource contributions to ACHA’s general contribution fund that enables ACHA to initiate and sustain innovative and creative capacity building activities that demonstrate the role that people can play in developing the continents when they are given an opportunity. ACHA supports the promotion of key innovative and creative matchmaking, exchange and networking through its general contribution fund (including trainings, placements, guided tours, database development, surveys, etc)
2. Resource contributions to a Youth Development Fund that allows specific youth targeted activities to be conducted including research, placements, internships, and competitions.
3. Promotion of your individual contributions through ACHA published journals, magazines, and newsletters.
4. Resource contributions to cost sharing: i.e. contributions to "The Africa Center" or programme. Co-financing facilitates donors to contribute to ACHA’s events, programs or Centers. These are specific projects that showcase the best practices from each continent i.e through among others a resource center, arts and crafts, videos, documentaries, music and or fashion. Three different ways can be used to contribute specific funds. Donors can either partially co-finance projects through a Third Party cost-sharing agreement, finance an entire project through Third Party cost-sharing or contribute to a Trust Fund (donor contributions supporting broad themes and regional programmes are maintained in a Trust Fund). ACHA may also contribute funding to the programme, project, resource center or event.
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