TY Danjuma Foundation Partnership.

TY Danjuma Foundation

The Alkali Hussaini Foundation was identified by the TY Danjuma foundation as a partner for growth as part of their Integrated support in Education and Vocational Skills development (IN-SEVD).

The foundation provided the structures and personnel while the funds provided by the TY Danjuma Foundation went towards equipments and training facilities.

The idea behind IN-SEVD is to replicate the skills acquition and computer literacy programs of the Alkali Hussaini Foundation in Gwandu LGA. The target is to train 100 women in 2 batched.
 

PACT NIGERIA: in ICARE Project.

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ICARE: Increasing Care Seeking Behaviour in illness of Children less than 5years of age (DIARRHOEA)

This is the first Donor Funded programme being executed by the Foundation. Its a $30,000 simplified grant award for a period of one year, renewable for another two years.

Alkali Hussaini Foundation is a sub-guarantee while Pact Nigeria is the Guarantee of the Programme. Currently the project is only in Kebbi and Benue State. The Foundation oversees B/Kebbi and Jega Local Governments.

Pact Nigeria has helped in building the Foundation’s capacity through trainings and workshops in the following areas:

  • Proposal Development
  • Grant Finance and Admin Training (GFAT)
  • Behaviour Change Communication (BCC)
  • Monitoring and Evaluation , Reporting and Learning (MERL)
  • Organizational Capacity Assessment (OCA/OPI)
  • Baseline Assessment Training (BLAT)

 

Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development.

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Our work in our primary area of activities-women development especially training of women in the following skills: tailoring, knitting, adult literacy and empowerment caught the attention of the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs who as a result of its appreciation and confidence entrusted the management of its Multi Purpose Skills Acquisition Training Centre to the Foundation for a period of 3 years.

 

Federal Ministry of Agriculture.

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In its efforts to help empower women and youths in our communities, the Foundation facilitates and finances the participation of our women and youths in the programmes of the Federal Government such as

  • Women in Agriculture (World Bank Supported)
  • Youth for Agriculture (Federal Ministry of Agriculture)

 

Almanar Partnership

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