All our programmes are implemented in close collaboration with relevant national and local/decentralised government structures.
Strømme Foundation's rights-based development approach requires close collaboration with government and the state as the principal duty-bearer for the local communities that we work with. As a result, all our programmes are implemented in close collaboration with local communities and relevant national and local/decentralised government structures. Capacity building, advocacy, good governance, accountability and knowledge transfer are key components in this.
All our programmes are implemented in close collaboration with relevant government structures.
In all our countries of operation, we have agreements with relevant government departments or agencies, both at the national and regional/local levels, depending on the context and requirements. We also collaborate with governments on joint funding proposals for major institutional donors.
In line with our Development Policy, Strømme Foundation only intervenes in service delivery where the government is unable to meet their responsibilities. We advocate for government adoption and scale up of our successful programmes where relevant. Our interventions strive to be low-cost and provide sustainable solutions that complement and reinforce public systems rather than creating parallel structures. Our long-term aim is to strengthen government structures and their ability to deliver essential services.