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Partnerships and Communications

Ahaki partners and collaborates with various institutions at the national, regional, and global levels to advance evidence generation and capacity enhancement in health, human rights, and SRHR. This enables Ahaki to achieve best practices through cross-learning, experience sharing, and leveraging expertise. Our work and our impact also rely on our capacity and potential to nurture and sustain strategic partnerships and collaborations with likeminded actors

We work towards redefining the notion that operations of Civil Society (CSO) in Africa on health, Human Rights and SRHR have been predominately characterized with working in silos. Which is attributed to the continued quest for the African organisations’ focus on institutional and individual goals and unhealthy competitions within the sector. This has in the long-run limited African organisations from strengthening and stretching their capacities beyond the usual advocacy approaches.

Our model of work thrives on creating, nurturing and sustaining strategic partnerships and communications with African organisations including NGOs, CSOs, FBOs; Coalitions, Networks and Alliances and the individuals and experts therein. These are engaged through crossing learnings, regional policy dialogues, conferences, colloquia and symposiums on health, human rights and SRHRs. We achieve this in collaborations with other sub-strategies on Evidence Generation; Advocacy Capacity Enhancement and Regionalism with support from the arm on Institutional Development, Innovation and Sustainability (IDIS).

Strategic Interventions

Our major interventions include; Mapping of regional partners, coalitions, alliances and networks that advance health, human rights and SRHR;
Regional partnership building and strengthening; Convening regional partnership meetings; Participating and making submissions in regional conferences and dialogues Regional Media engagements; Institutional Branding and visibility, Dissemination of knowledge products and IEC
materials and Providing technical support to regional partners to strengthen their partnership and communications systems. These are informed by Ahaki’s major themes of work on:

  1. Historical, Social and Political Determinants of SRHR (SRHR);
  2. Health Technologies and Human Rights (HEALTH-TECH);
  3. Governance of Complex Health Emergencies (GC-HEALTH) and;
  4. Health Economics and Human Rights (HEH).

Target Audience

Our target audience includes; African NGOs, CSOs, FBOs; Coalitions, Networks and Alliances and the individuals and experts therein; Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs); African RECs e.g., AU, EAC, SADC, ECOWAS, Academia; United Nations – UNDP, UNWomen, WHO, OHCHR & Treaty Bodies; Multi-lateral organisations – WB, IMF, ADB, EADB, IDB, etc; Health Development Partners and diplomatic missions.

Major Channels of Communication

We engage and reach our target audience through national and regional media engagements on platforms such as Webinars, Twitter space conversation, Televised dialogues, radio talk shows, podcasts among others. Our major channels of communication include; Ahaki website which is the main repository of our work, social media platforms(Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube). We also use print and broadcast media.

Ahaki will ensure a robust infrastructure and strategic partnerships and communications at the national, regional and global levels to deliver this sub-strategy.



Evidence Generation

Our foothold is in enhancing advocacy capacities of African individuals in the arenas of health, human rights and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Africa using the Africentrism approach.

Advocacy Capacity Enhancement

Our foothold is in enhancing advocacy capacities of African individuals in the arenas of health, human rights and SRHR in Africa using the Africentrism approach.


Our goal is to promote regional engagements amongst African institutions to advance health, Human Rights and SRHR in the region. The regionalism sub-strategy is anchored on pillar 2: “African Institutions”