Date(s) - 22/07/2022
14:00 - 15:00
Invitation to the International Symposium on ‘Accountability, Resource Mobilization and Capacity Building in Non-Profit Development Work and Humanitarian Interventions’
Afrihealth Optonet Association (AHOA) invites you and your colleagues/partners/associates to the international symposium:
THEME: Accountability, Resource Mobilization, and Capacity Building in Non-Profit Development Work and Humanitarian Interventions
When: Jul 22, 2022, 02:00 PM West Central Africa/01.00 PM GMT
Register in advance for this meeting.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Afrihealth Optonet Association (AHOA) is a civil society organizations’ community-focused global networking coalition and think-tank of about 1000 organizations for the promotion of Development Work, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Health – a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being; using partnership/collaboration, advocacy, research/evidence-generation, capacity development, outreaches, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) as strategies. AHOA thrives in exploring the nexus between Health [PHC, HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, NCDs, Vaccines and COVID-19 including prevention, treatment, impact mitigation, care and support]; Energy and Environment [biodiversity, environment, ecosystems, renewable energy, energy efficiency, conservation and climate change (BEEREEECCC)]; Nutrition/micronutrients and Food Security; and Gender, Democracy, Good Governance and Human Rights. AHOA’s target beneficiaries include rural and poor urban dwellers, marginalized, vulnerable and disadvantaged populations of women, children, adolescents, persons with disability, orphans and elderly. We use Partnerships and collaborations; Advocacy, communication/media and social/resource mobilization (ACSM); Research/evidence-generation including reviews, assessment, oversight, conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops; Capacity Development/Training and Organizational Strengthening; Outreaches and community engagements; and Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) as our PARCOM Strategy. Incorporated in 2003 as a not-for-profit, non-religious and non-partisan registered trustees, Afri-health Optonet Association has a Consultative Status at the United Nations ECOSOC.
Development Work means “the process(es) of formulating/conceptualizing, planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating, auditing, improving, and expanding valued or service-oriented social, economic, political and faith-related works/issues/services, programmes, projects, policies, practices, documentations, results, changes and items; in participatory/mainstreaming manners/approaches among humanity, indigenous people, citizens, those marginalized, in the communities and all the fields of human endeavour; including without limitation, all deliverables, materials, inventions, designs, notes, records, memoranda, documents, models, prototypes, scale-ups, and other materials, as well as all enhancements, derivatives, and modifications thereof, and all target, input, output, outcome, impact, and intellectual property thereto.”
If you/your organization would want to make specific intervention or presentation during the symposium, kindly email/contact the undersigned via firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief of the intervention you wish to make, before close of business on 18 July 2022.