Welcome to the consultation space for UNICEF and our implementing partners! We will be using this space as a platform to enhance our dialogue and engagement with Civil Society and Government implementing partners.
Through our various consultations and collaboration, we aim to strengthen the effectiveness our partnerships to enhance our joint impact for children and the communities we serve. This is our collaborative space to discuss, engage and reflect on our partnerships.
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Implementing Partnerships and UNICEF
Implementing Partnerships with Government and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are central to the success of UNICEF’s programmes to achieve results for children. Partnerships add value to UNICEF’s core efforts by extending the reach and effectiveness of both our programmes and advocacy campaigns for children’s rights across sectors, communities and geographic areas.
Video: The Power of Partnerships (UNICEF and Civil Society in Indonesia)
We’re inviting Government and Civil Society partners as well as UNICEF staff across the organization to use this space and participate in these ongoing consultations. We encourage the perspectives of diverse partners and UNICEF offices to ensure that we hear your voices and take into account your feedback and inputs as we work to improve our partnership frameworks and enhance the effectiveness of our joint programme delivery for every child.
One of our key objectives is to also use this space to elevate the voice of and engagement with "non-traditional partners" (e.g. young people, indigenous communities, vulnerable groups etc.) that are outside our traditional partnership structures- as we aim for a more inclusive and localized approach towards identifying new partners.
Your participation in these consultations will impact how UNICEF works collaboratively with its implementing partners in different operating contexts. This will include, but is not limited to the following:
- How we can best structure our partnership management framework to increase efficiency and deliver the best results for children
- Mechanisms in reducing the administrative barriers to engage more local and “Non-traditional partners” (e.g. youth groups, grassroots orgs. etc.)
- Increasing our effective collaboration and communication with partners through joint initiatives to advocate for the rights of children
- How we can effectively manage risks in our partnership frameworks and ensure adaptive and agile programme delivery