Partnerships & Collaborations

TY Danjuma Foundation seeks collaboration with other grant makers and national, regional and international organisations with similar interests and values.    

Networking and partnership building are valuable tools for TY Danjuma Foundation to deploy for expanding reach and leveraging additional resources, both human and material to improve impact. A wide array of partnerships is envisaged.  

Specific Objective

TY Danjuma Foundation’s  partnership and collaborations initiative is   intended to improve coalition and knowledge building through joint initiatives with likeminded organisations, partner resourcing and solidarity action in order to grow and deepen philanthropy and the philanthropic literature in Nigeria:

Activities

The main activities for TY Danjuma Foundation are as follows;

  • Develop a robust, responsible and realistic framework for engagement with partners, friends, allies and supporters of TY Danjuma Foundation.
  • Join and actively participate in relevant and credible national and international networks and coalitions working in the field of philanthropy;
  • Organize fora and conferences to bring partners, allies, peers and other stakeholders together to share experiences and expand the influence of the work of TY Danjuma Foundation and likeminded partners;
  • Nurture and strengthen relations with key national, regional and international actors in the field of philanthropy and development.
  • Support research and knowledge building and the spread of information on organised giving and philanthropy in Nigeria.

Partner Types

TY Danjuma Foundation has many partners and the four main category of partner can be summarised as follows;

Resource partners – These are partners that are able, ready and willing to put resources in cash or kind to support project ideas as the basis for collaboration. Organisations in this category are other foundations or national and international development agencies.

Network partners – The primary value in Network partners is in co-creating and amplifying the work of partnerships. These include associations and coalitions that the Foundation belongs to either nationally, regionally or globally. These partners co-contribute to network events and activities. Examples in this category are African Grant makers Network (AGN), Nigeria Philanthropy Stakeholders Forum (NPS).

Learning partners – These are partnerships for mutual learning. This type of partnership currently exists between TY Danjuma Foundation and the Foundation Center of New York.

Grantee partners – The majority of current partners are grantee partners; these are organisations that receive funding from TY Danjuma Foundation.

Partnership- In-Action

The Foundation Center, New York is a network partner of TY Danjuma Foundation and together we have created the Philanthropy Nigeria portal as a repository for data on philanthropy in Nigeria. TY Danjuma Foundation is among those listed on the site which can be accessed at http://philanthropynigeria.org

The Foundation on account of this partnership has its grant data presented graphically in a map of Nigeria. The link to this data map is: http://maps.foundationcenter.org/?acct=TYDA001

Title Address Description URL
Care for Youth Future Initiative Suite A42, Second Floor, Maitama Shopping Complex, Maitama, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria CAFYOIN's mission is to empower youths, single teenage mothers, OVCs and the less priviledged in Nigeria.
Care Vision Support Initiative Care Vision Support Initiative (CAVSI), NEMA House, No 91, Rayfield Road, Ray field, Jos Plateau State, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria CAVSI works in Nigeria to improve eye-sight and enhance the potentials of the affected individuals especially the less privilege and rural dwellers
Care Vision Support Initiative (CAVSI) NEMA House, No 91, Rayfield Road, Ray field, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria CAVSI works in Nigeria to improve eye-sight and enhance the potentials of the affected individuals especially the less privilege and rural dwellers
Care Vision Support Initiative (CAVSI) Care Vision Support Initiative (CAVSI), NEMA House, No 91, Rayfield Road, Ray field, Jos Plateau State, Jos, Taraba, Nigeria CAVSI works in Nigeria to improve eye-sight and enhance the potentials of the affected individuals especially the less privilege and rural dwellers Same as above
Centre for Research and Preventive Health Care 2 Eholor street off 2nd East cementary road, Benin City, Edo, Nigeria www.@cerphec.org
Centre for Women and Children Development (CWCD) 4 Bada Lane B, Osukoti Layout, Akure, Ondo, Nigeria CWCD works to facilitate a healthy living for women and children through health programs and life building skills
Centre for Women Youth and Community Action (NACWYCA) NACWYCA House, Opposite Ministry of Justice, Shendam Road, P.O.Box 321, Lafia, Nasarawa, Nigeria NACWYCA's mission is to empower women, youth and communities to enhance their full participation in the process of development.
Chagro Care Trust Afolahan Avenue, Behind Government House Clinic, Jalingo, Taraba, Nigeria Work on intervention in areas of HIV/AIDs free testing, malaria testing and distribution and administration of drugs to all the IDPs
Chagro Care Trust Afolahan Avenue, Behind Government House Clinic, Jalingo Taraba State, Taraba, Taraba, Nigeria Work on intervention in areas of HIV/AIDs free testing, malaria testing and distribution and administration of drugs to all the IDPs Same as above
Change Managers International Network Flat 6, No. 11, Jere Street Off Funmilayo Ransom Kuti Way, Garki 3, Abuja, FCT, CMIN's mission is to Promote Participation in Governance, Gender Equality and Quality Education as well as Encourage the use of Participatory Resolution to solve Socio-Political Challenges.
Change Managers International Network Flat 6, No. 11, Jere Street Off Funmilayo Ransom Kuti Way, Garki 2, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria CMIN's mission is to Promote Participation in Governance, Gender Equality and Quality Education as well as Encourage the use of Participatory Resolution to solve Socio-Political Challenges.
Christian Care for Widows, Widowers, the Aged and Orphans (CCWA) No. 5 Abakaliki Street, Gwarimpa Estate, abuja, FCT, Nigeria CCWA's mission is to empower widows, widowers, the aged and orphans to achieve their full potential in life with dignity.
Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) N0. 5, Mahatma Gandhi Street, Off Shehu Shagari Way by Bulet Garden, Asokoro, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria CISLAC works to strenghten CSO's impact in the legislative processes towards promoting legislative accessibility and responsiveness to all.
Cleft care Foundation Nigeria N/A, N/A, Taraba, Nigeria
Community Links & Human Empowerment Initiative N/A, N/A, Taraba, Nigeria www.anwab.org