Through research partnerships we are able to document, evaluate and scale up our programmes to eradicate poverty.
We have Consortium partnerships in all regions of intervention.
Organising strategic partners into consortia enables the group to jointly leverage resources and expertise. It strengthens policy engagement, advocacy and bargaining power, and enables access to larger sources of funding.
Consortium partnerships usually improve networking and fundraising opportunities, as well as brand visibility.
It also enables cross learning to take place, where different partners pool their different resources and knowledge that can be used to achieve both individual and common goals. Thus, consortia create synergy; i.e. there are stronger results when working together than when working individually.
Consortium partnerships usually improve networking and fundraising opportunities, as well as brand visibility. It also usually allows partners to jointly access more and larger sources of funding.