The methodology and training, seminars, rallies, musical concerts, prayer meetings, media campaigns, publications, petitions, fund raising dinners, raffle draws, radio and television documentaries, networking with relevant NGOs, government and international agencies and institutions.
Partnerships, whether strategic technical, collaborative and or operational are key vehicles through which AHFN advances its work. All partnerships, including those with civil society, government and the private sector, are central to creating the conditions and structural support needed for effective humanitarian assistance and charity programmes. Furthermore, this approach allows us to leverage donor fund more efficiently and advance our areas of expertise. AHFN will take tangible steps to advance the quality and capacities of existing partnership programmes and identify new partners to grow our programmes, markets and expertise.
A.H.F.N. Affiliate and Partners
- United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN-ECOSOC)
- United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO)
- Federal Ministry of Information and Culture
- Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development
- Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning
- National Emergency Management Agency(NEMA)
- Economic and Financial Crime Commission(EFCC)
- Office of the Special Assistant to the President on Youth and Students Affairs
As a non-profit and humanitarian foundation, funding has been by:
- INTERNATIONAL DONOR AGENCIES
- ESTABLISHED NGOs
- MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION
- ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION
- CULTURAL DINNERS
- DONORS AND PHILANTROPISTS
- OTHER LEGITIMATE MEANS
African Heritage Foundation which is engaged in the activities of humanitarian and charity and promotion of culture is subject to most rigorous accounting principles. Donations are carefully audited and accounts published so that donors will be acquainted with the use to which their found have been put.