As innovators for sustaining impacts in communities, Havalah first and foremost is people-centric and responds to national priorities in addressing developmental objectives. It works by adopting cheaper technological inclusion pattern by bringing together service providers and digital solutions.
Private Sector Partnerships: We identify and support private institutions CSR synergies so they benefit communities and converge towards the achievement of national development objectives. To better align public-private partnerships for sustainable development, Havalah works to establish Private Sector Advisory Groups for the streamlining of technology to sustain its development objectives.
National ownership: This is the best strategy to guarantee that a development project succeeds and impacts remain and grows in the long run. Governments at various levels; regional and national more readily assumes ownership when initiatives are built on their aspirations, vision, strategy, and framework. All our programmes are therefore aligned with national priorities so development interventions become locally owned and sustainable.
Engaging creative industries: The creative economy is not only one of the most rapidly growing sectors of the world economy, it is also a highly transformative one in terms of income generation, job creation and export earnings. Artists, Chefs, Musicians, and Architects are leading the development space and are immensely contributing to the economy of many African countries. This is important also because of the demography involved and engaged in this sector; the youth that form the majority in many of these African countries. Efforts must be therefore continue to be exerted to support this growth.
Sustainability: We embed sustainable principles in all our projects and ensure long-term development gains.
Gender equality: All programmes ensure that gender is mainstreamed into the design, implementation and monitoring plans. Havalah ensures programmes use gender equality criteria for designing gender-sensitive programmes.