Tell us about your partnerships
SFCG has partnered with Girl Hub on Ni Nyampinga, an initiative that works to ensure girls are directly involved in the design and implementation of the programs that affect them. The partnership includes a constant flow of information, actions, and results so that the different portions of Ni Nyampinga align. The radio portion run by SFCG and the magazine portion run by Girl Hub are meant to complement one another in order to maximize effectiveness.
What type of team (staff, volunteers, etc.) will ensure that you achieve the growth milestones identified in the Social Impact section? [75 words]
The team that is focused on both sustaining and growing Ni Nyampinga consists of 12 girls that design and host each episode, the SFCG producer who coordinates all activities, and the staff at Girl Hub that meet with the SFCG Ni Nyampinga team once a week to ensure progress. Additionally, evaluators will be utilized to conduct evaluations in order to determine growth milestones are achieved.
Please elaborate on any needs or offers you have mentioned above and/or suggest categories of support that aren't specified within the list
The most vital way Ni Nyampinga can be supported is through collaboration. By coordinating with other initiatives that possess a similar objective of empowering girls, the project can continue to expand and become more effective. SFCG is eager to forge mutually beneficial partnerships that will enhance opportunities to achieve development and gender equality.