Ahaki uses Africentric approaches within a national, regional, Pan-African and global context to achieve its aims.
Ahaki interprets Africentrism through the lens of;
Our Africentrism approaches focus on Four Pillars;
Pillar 1: Positive African Narrative
Pillar 2: African Institutions
Pillar 3: Institutional Capacity Enhancement for African Organisations
Pillar 4: Capacities of African Individuals
Our Areas of Work
Our areas of work are achieved through three Key Interventions as elaborated below;
Advocacy Capacity Enhancement:
Partnership and Collaboration:
The regionalism sub-strategy is anchored under pillar number two (2) of Ahaki’s Strategic Plan (SP) which is focused on “African Institutions” and their respective Human Rights Mechanisms at the regional and sub-regional levels. This work is realized through pooling resources, ideas, and coordinating solutions to create more effective planning and implementation of strategies for regional institutions to advance health, Human Rights and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) within Africa.