Aid effectiveness

We seek to increase our impact on poverty reduction and aid effectiveness, contributing to communities’ resilience and effective emergency preparedness and response, and influencing development and humanitarian policies in Europe towards this.

How we work

Alliance2015 members work as a strong partnership within prioritised countries but also accross regions, adapting to the circumstances of specific communities exposed to hazard and risk such as farmers, pastoralists, migrants and the most vulnerable or poor. Working closely with communities to enhance their social, natural, human, political, physical, and financial assets is at the core of our practice whilst innovative models of resilience practice are developed and shared accross the members. 

Alliance2015 members have a vast range of expertise and work in several practice areas such as Food and nutrition, natural resource management, environment and climate change and WASH. To embed practice, we exchange knowledge with national and regional partners, establish region specific framework and conduct joint advocacy.  Through economies of scale and strategic geographical planning, Alliance2015 partners are able to integrate with one another through complementary areas of focus.  

Alliance2015 members have extensive experience across a range of specialized areas, ranging from markets to environment and coordination. Agencies aim to complement one another and maximize impact through focusing and specializing in strong points as part of an overall broad approach. For instance, members are leaders in climate-smart, regenerative agriculture, agro-ecological approaches, and resilient food and nutrition systems.  Integrated community engagement approaches use field schools as entry points and appropriate complimentary activities such as savings groups, producer groups, self-help, and small-business initiatives.  

The ultimate goal is to reinforce the capacity of local systems to manage their risks more effectively.  This leads to resilient communities who can transform their societies while living in dignity, balancing their consumption with their production as they restore their environments. Desirable outputs of this process are establishing assets, sustainable food systems, diversified incomes, financial inclusion, improved service provision.

Community resilience
through food security.
Local systems
reinforced through economic empowerment.
Access
to water resources & nutritional knowledge.