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Presented by Dr. Mungule Chikoye, during Regional AIDS Training Network, RATN 12th General Council Meeting held in Mombasa, Kenya from 24th - 29th June 2013

Presented by Dr. Mungule Chikoye, during Regional AIDS Training Network, RATN 12th General Council Meeting held in Mombasa, Kenya from 24th - 29th June 2013

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    FACT - Organisational sustainability  updated version FACT - Organisational sustainability updated version Presentation Transcript

    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” FAMILY AIDS CARING TRUST (FACT) PRESENTER : G.SHUMBA DATE : 28 JUNE 2013 VENUE :SERENA HOTEL MOMBASA- KENYA
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” Contents • Who is FACT? • Who are our partners • What has sustained FACT? • Governance • Strategic refocusing • Aggressive fundraising • Donor retention
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” WHO IS FACT? • FACT is a Christian national Development and HIV & AIDS service NGO in Zimbabwe. • Originally, FACT was driven by a small team of three staff members and volunteers, • Current staff complement now stands at 140 (40%over the past year) • FACT has developed a reputation of being a community-oriented NGO and works with over 1 500 volunteers. • Operates in Manicaland,Mashonaland West and Masvingo.Regionally with Mozambique, Zambia,Malawi,Kenya,Swaziland and South Africa • It has acted as a granter to NGOs and CBOs country wide.
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” FACT’S VISION“Healthy Communities”- Communities with adequate food, access to education, health and ZERO to new HIV infections
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” FACT’S MISSION To improve the quality of life of vulnerable and marginalized people through sustainable development initiatives and provision of holistic quality prevention and care services integrated to the health delivery system in Zimbabwe.
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” Who are our partners? • GF • UNFPA • Tearfund UK • Tearfund Netherlands • Action AID International • Oak Foundation • PSI • EED • CEDAR • UNICEF • GIZ • EPAZ-WHO • World Education-USAID • North STAR Alliance • RTI-Research Triangle Institute • RATN
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” What is Organisational sustainability? • It is the ability to achieve goals and increase long term stakeholder value by integrating economic, environmental and social opportunities into its strategies
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” How FACT has managed to sustain itself 1.0 Governance- FACT has a vibrant board with diverse skills ranging from: medical,legal,financial,research,educational and church background 2.0 Strategic Refocusing with involvement of board,management after extensive consultation from stakeholders.Developed strategic pillars
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” 3 Strategic Pillars of FACT 1.0Health and HIV - Combination HIV prevention, Holistic care and support, Complementing Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) 2.0 Sustainable livelihoods- food security, nutrition, livestock, crop farming and market linkages). 3.0 Research and knowledge management - evidence based interventions research, monitoring, evaluation; conducting basic and applied research to inform implementation, and research consultancy.
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” i. Revision of policies ii. Identifying and naming our financial weaknesses leading to financial loss iii. Checking the pipeline leading to timely acquittal of funds iv. Organisational Capacity Assessment v. Salary reduction vi. Scaling down of staff 3.0 Improving our financial management
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” 4. Aggressive fund raising i. Increased number of funding proposals ii. Donor management and relationship building iii. Strategic alliances- FACT formed a consortium with World Education International and FACT sub-grants 0ther 4 partners
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” Success of FACT’s response 1. Increased funding inflow
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” FACT staff over 5 years
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” • The new Executive Director’s vast experience in academic research has contributed immensely to the growth of FACT. • E.g. the EPAZ(Eliminating Pediatric AIDS in Zimbabwe )being funded by WHO. The research is in partnership with MOHCW, Africa University;on nurse led initiation of ART, Mother support groups and establishment of point of care machines to minimise loss to follow-up 5.0 Leadership Change
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” 6.0 Asset base • FACT has its own buildings and projects rent from the Trust • A fleet of 27 vehicles that can be hired out to projects
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” 7.0 Integration of Projects • Helps reduce costs on transport in this resource constrained environment or donors come in to complement existing projects. E.g The OVC project integrating with HIV prevention projects with wider coverage. • Officers run at least 2 projects as a way of boosting their salaries and ensuring high impact with fewer resources
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” 8.0 Donor retention • Have managed to retain most donors eg Tearfund since 1989 by; • Complying to requirements • Nurturing relationships with traditional donors • Being transparent and accountable • Networking and building relationships e.g. attending health and livelihood cluster meetings.
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” Conclusion • No more business as usual • Think outside the box • Need to rebrand our organizations • If you don’t change, change will change you • Business approach should be adopted. • Adoption of the BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY –explore your own unique territory where there is no competition
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another” Community volunteers are a cornerstone to our sustainability
    • FAMILYAIDS CARING TRUST “By love serve one another”