Case study- partnership experience of Vision TERUDO
This case study examines VT experiences and challenges with its key partners, government, NGOs and donor agencies. This paper gives short reflection on how VT has survived with different partners in times of crisis.Read
Resilience in Partnerships to Transform the City
by Arthur ThangiaAll over the word there is a heart cry to see our cities transformed and this cry is being answered in the form of networks and partnerships being formed that are resiliently working together to transform the cities. The task of addressing poverty, injustice and conflict requires a united effort, the call requires a united spirit and the desired impact requires solidarity. Read report
Partnership Guidelines 2020
Micah first published Partnership Guidelines back in 2005. They evolved out of a perceived and real need to strengthen our understanding and practice of partnership especially within our wider Micah family. We intentionally seek partnership because it is Biblical and because it enhances the mission of God. Partnership can be both enriching and challenging, and inevitably there are complex issues that arise, whether from communication, power dynamics, culture, expectations and conflicts. We wanted to strengthen our Micah members in their approach to and practice of partnership, and we hope that the new revised Partnership Guidelines will do just that.
A special thank you to Mark Galpin and Roshan Mendis for the facilitation of the review and drafting of the new Partnership Guidelines we now publish.
It is our hope that all Micah members will read and endorse these guidelines, drawing on them to strengthen and improve their partnerships.
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