Community Partners for Sustainable Development – COPSUD
C/o P O Box 842
Contact person: Stephen Ngenchi
- Aid organization
- Commune, community project
- Volunteers are welcome.
COPSUD (Community Partners for Sustainable Development) with its slogan; uniting people for a hopeful and better life, is an organization registered in 2008 and created with main objective of contributing to the welfare of the suffering and neglected people in the society, and improve on their living conditions through the promotion of self-help and self-reliant projects and professionalization of under privileged youths.
Its mission/goal is to share the sufferings and sorrow of the underprivileged groups and individuals regardless of their socio-economic and professional status, religion, race and sex.
Our vision is built on a more equitable, self-reliant and self-sufficient people living and working in rural areas.
Making Public Private Partnership (PPP) Work for local government and development: Public-private partnerships can be used to finance, build and operate projects such as public transportation networks, agricultural projects, schools, hospitals as well as other service deliveries. By working across sectors and utilizing the unique strengths of each partner, PPPs can deliver benefits to society that go far beyond what partners could have achieved on their own. These partnerships can also reinforce and promote good governance practices, such as accountability, transparency, social inclusion, and the empowerment of local leaders. It is a win-win arrangement for all involved.
As far as our main areas of interest are concerned, we work to:
• Enhance sustainable fair economic development by supporting the initiatives of local producer´s organizations through agricultural development, provision of market information and access, micro credit and micro enterprise development.
• Enhance access to basic health care.
• Enhance capacity development of beneficiaries.
• Enhance the protection of the environment and assist mitigate the effects of climate change.
• Support water and sanitation initiatives by communities
• Support communes in participatory budgeting(public finance and governance) and rural development at large.
Stephen Ngenchi is the CEO of COPSUD (Community Partners for Sustainable Development).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.