Response Network both has large governmental/institutional partners as well as smaller individual donors.

Our large partners and their type of funding are outlined below:

academic work logoAcademic Work sponsors the Village Education program, which includes support to the main self-help facilitation program, as well as building materials to community schools as well as supporting almost 800 girls enabling them to go to school

 

Norwegian Association of Disabled (NAD) supported by the Norwegian Government, sponsors our Village Self-Help Program, with emphasis on including disabled people in all activities

 

Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports (NIF) sponsor our Extended Sports Program within Village Self-Help Program

 

 

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) was our first supporting partner, and now we are about to start working together again on a very important topic – Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)

 

Partners in implementing an exchange program amid at sharing experience and build competence on preventing and coping with incest and sexual abuse in the partner organizations and Zambian communities and schools as well as Norwegian communiti

 

Partners in implementing a mitigation of HIV/AIDS impact among vulnerable children/adolescents and households caring for OVCs in Livingstone district project. The goal is to have improved living standards amongst marginalised people (women, youth, children and disabled) and vulnerable households and children in the target communities through improved child well being status due to provision and accessing of quality care and support services.

 

 

In addition, the following donors and partners support our work:

  • Individual co-workers from, among others, Academic Work (Sponsorship Program)
  • Gran Secondary School, Norway
  • Andebu Ungdomsskole, Norway
  • Oslo University College, Norway
  • University of Tromsø, Norway
  • Øraker Skole, Oslo, Norway

 

Thank you for all your support!