Network AID advocates for a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where the right of women and girls, youths, persons with disabilities and deprived children are recognized, respected, and identity protected.Network AID - Programme

Our approach is thrust on the belief that the citizen, voice, actions, responsibility, and recognition of illiterate women and girls, youths, persons with disability and deprived children MUST be heard, respected, protected, promoted and acted upon accordingly.

​Our Approach

Network AID  uses a pro-poor people center and responsibility-based approach  to facilitate intervention amongst key interest groups for the voices of our constituents to be heard and acted upon; we drive evidence-based advocacy to influence policies that limit and discriminate against our constituents from decision-making processes, to recognition and to service delivery.

Our Programme

Livelihood & Education ​

Livelihood & Education Programme: - The livelihood and education program deals with the issuance of pro-poor interest microfinance to illiterate persons aiming at contributing to reducing the poverty status and enhancing their dignity in society. skill development that concentrates on providing adult literacy and numeracy classes; entrepreneurship and ICT training; scholarship for deprived children; internship for young girls in tertiary institutions (pre-professional skills);

Promoting Access to Adult Education

In enhancing world peace; securing the livelihood of illiterate women/girls, persons with disability and youths is critical as they constitute the majority in the informal or non-formal sector; their contributions are significant yet bear no recognition.

Health & Safety ​

Health & Safety Programme: - The health and safety program focuses on HIV/AIDS; Mental Health, Cancer; WASH; Sexual Reproductive Health and Gender Base Violence, Harmful Traditional Practices/ Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, Crashes and Accident, Emergencies and Disasters

Need for Pure & Safe Drinking-Water Supply, Sanitation & Good Hygiene Behaviors.

In achieving global peace; addressing the issues of wellness, and safety, especially for the uneducated, adolescent girls and the informal sector is by extension achieving a significant portion of the Sustainable Development Goals 2030

Governance & Participation 

Governance & Participation Programme: - The governance program provide a platform for illiterate women, persons with disability, and young people and deprives children of choice and voices to be heard on issues that affect their well-being and welfare in society. Not limited to policy, decision-making legislation and developmental actions.

Illiterate Women's Participation Count

Illiterate women account for a higher per cent of the population yet their participation in governance is largely limited to voting. Their voice, visibility, recognition, participation, and representation remain very low compared to illiterate men. Some of the challenges include a lack of economic independence, social and gender norms, and barriers to accessing public officials and public service delivery buildings.

Lessen the acts of corruption, wastage, conflict, electoral malpractices, void vote, female genital mutilation, environmental degradation, hate speech and incitement - the active engagement of illiterate women/girls, persons with disability, and youth is integral.

Our Conviction

It’s Network AID's deepest conviction that Livelihood and Education, Health and Safety, Governance and Participation are the engines and central pillars in solidifying; and contributing to achieving community, national, sub-regional ( EAC, ECCAS, ECOWAS, SADC, and MENA), regional, and international agendas.

Our Theory Of Change

Citizen, Voice, Action, Responsibility & Recognition (CVAR) 

At Network AID, we apply our proven methodology of Citizen, Voice, Action, Responsibility & Recognition (CVAR) which is a responsibility base approach that enhances dialogue and a sense of responsibility between rights holders and duty bearers to improve quality service delivery like livelihood, access to pro-poor microfinance, healthcare, education, and governance which impact the daily lives of youths, persons with disability, illiterate women, children and their families.

The goal of Citizen Voice Action Responsibility and Recognition is to ensure availability, accessibility, affordability, and quality of service delivery through consultative, collaborative, non-confrontational dialogue between service users, governance, and service providers. 

Service Users take responsibility to monitor and seek accountability for service delivery through individual collective action for the sustainability and utilisation of the services. Government take the responsibility to provide the enabling environment through policies, legal framework, budgetary allocations and enforcement for implementation and monitoring.  Service Providers take the responsibility for seamless services provided to all.

CVAR is based on the belief that each citizen (right holders) and the government ( duty bearer) are at the centre and have the responsibility to hold each other into account for not fulfilling each other responsibility. 

(Users + Government + Providers = Accountable Responsibility)

Our Country Programme

Network AID is expanding to seven (7) countries with Voluntary Country Coordinators from Sub-Sahara Africa, EAC, SADC, and MENA to contribute to tackling the most pressing issues that exclude illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disabilities and deprive children of governance and participation,  their health and safety and education and livelihood. We look forward to partnership and collaboration. Get Involved

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