To deliver its programmes, TREE AID works in partnership with many community based organisations (CBOs), local, national and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs), government agencies and international organisations such as the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
Our operational approach is based on partnership working. The partner organisations we work with are trusted, local groups staffed by local people with specialised expertise and an unrivalled understanding of local networks and issues.
If you would like to get in touch about being one of our partners, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the 'Partnership Enquiry' as the subject.
Partnership working brings many benefits to our work:
To avoid duplicating work, matching local expertise with external resources
Ownership & participation
Sharing power and decision-making with local people
Establishing a local mandate for TREE AID's projects and activities
Strengthening the capacity of local organisations to continue the work after funding ceases or formal partnership agreements end.
BK partners 1
ADECUSS (Association pour le Dévéloppement Economique, Social et Culturel du Department de Séguénéga)
Our Partners Ethiopia
Our Partners ghana
Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC)
ORGIIS Ghana (Organisation for Indigenous Initiatives and Sustainability)
Ghana partners 2
WOM Ghana (Widows and Orphans Movement)
CENWOPP (Centre for Women's Opportunities)
PRUDA (Partnerships for Rural Development Action)
Our Partners Mali
Association Malienne pour l’Education du Public et la Protection de l’Environnement (AMEPPE)
MAli partners 2
Our Partners Niger
Niger partners 2
INRAN (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique du Niger)
Agryhmet (Agriculture, Hydrology and Meteorology)
CoGeZoH (Contribution a la Gestion des Zones Humides)
VEDDN (Volontaires l'Education pour un Développement Durable au Niger)