There are a number of important actors and individuals already active in the areas the Foundation aims to work in. Therefore, collaborative relationships will be forged with key groups of actors:
TAAF will mainly work in partnership with Non-Governmental Organisations, Community Based Organisations and groups, including Faith-Based Organisations, youth and women’s groups in Nigeria. Our strategy of working through partnerships is to build and strengthen existing works already going on to improve maternal health and reproductive health in general and ensure community level engagement.
TAAF is cognizant of the fact that its interventions are the primary responsibility of the government. Thus, TAAF will not operate in a manner that conveys an impression that these interventions will absolve government of its responsibility. Therefore TAAF will work with governments including the state and national assemblies, government ministries, departments and agencies in its projects.
TAAF will seek collaborations with private sector institutions that use business solutions to solve social problems. For example, collaborations will be forged with organizations with corporate social responsibility initiatives across the country. Public Private Partnerships in the funding of large-scale projects will also be sought.
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