CYECE's projects are funded 100% by donors. Without theses partnerships, our projects would not be possible. Below are a list of our current partners. You can check out the projects they are involved with here.
Government of Malawi
The Government of Malawi collaborates with CYECE in implementing different projects in the country. The Government works with CYECE through the Ministry of Gender, children, disability and social welfare; Ministry of Youth, Development and Sports; Ministry of Health through the Reproductive Health Directorate; Ministry of Labor and Man-power Development; Ministry of Education
CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality
CHOICE is a youth-led organization based in the Netherlands that actively promotes and supports the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people worldwide, as well as meaningful participation of youth in the field of SRHR. Among other activities, CHOICE contributes to the development of SRHR policy at a national and international level, strengthens the capacities of youth and youth-led SRHR organisations, and consults on youth SRHR.
International Labour Organization
Founded in 1919, the International Labor Organization (ILO) became the first specialized agency of the United Nations in 1946. The ILO aims to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogues on work-related issues.
Specifically, ILO has partnered with CYECE through their programme, “Achieving Reduction of child labor In Support of Education,” or “ARISE”. This project, funded by Japan Tobacco International and administrated through ILO’s International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labor (IPEC), aims to reduce the worst forms of child labor in tobacco-growing communities in Zambia and Malawi. This project is implemented in collaboration with Winrock International.
IM - Swedish Development Partner
IM, or in English, the Swedish Development Partner, is a development organisation that fights for a just and compassionate world. Their mission is to prevent, expose and eliminate poverty and exclusion. Founded in 1938, IM currently works in five regions and twelve countries worldwide. IM's international work focuses on the right to education, good health and ability to sustain a life in dignity. All projects are implemented in close collaboration with local partner organisations.
The Mannerheim League for Child Welfare
The Mannerheim League is a Finnish NGO focused on promoting the well-being of children, increasing respect for and visibility of childhood, and advocating for children’s voices in public decision-making. The Mannerheim League is the largest child welfare organization in Finland, with over 92,000 members and 566 local associations throughout the country. The Mannerheim League also collaborates with child welfare organizations in Estonia, Russian Karelia, and numerous countries in Africa to help develop basic health care with an emphasis on the health of mothers and children.
National Democratic Institute
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) is a US-based non-profit, nonpartisan organization that works to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide through citizen participation, openness and accountability in government. This work includes building political and civic organizations, safeguarding elections, and helping citizens to engage in their country’s political processes.
The NGO Gender Coordination Network (NGO GCN) was established in 1998 with the objective of coordinating activities of NGO dealing with gender related and women's rights issues in Malawi. Its membership includes NGOs dealing with gender and women issues in Malawi. The NGO GCN is the only network dealing with gender issues in Malawi and has diversity in the membership and issues addressed. It is therefore a legitimate voice on national gender issues. The Mission statement of the NGOGCN is a network that exists to promote gender equality and equity in Malawi through co-ordination, lobbying, advocacy, information sharing and capacity building of its members.
Väestöliitto - The Family Federation of Finland
Väestöliitto, or the Family Federation of Finland, aims to achieve a society with balanced population development and within which families live good lives. works for the well-being of families, youth and populations. They aim to give all people the chance to live healthy, safe, happy and balanced lives, and they strive to make society more friendly to families and children. FFF provides services, engages in advocacy and carries out research with the aim of supporting families, parenthood, partner relationships and healthy individual living.
World University Services of Canada
WUSC is working to create a world where all young people can grow up in safe, secure and supportive environments, where they can learn, work and play a vital role in their country’s development. WUSC works - with partners - to strengthen education systems, expand employment opportunities, and improve lives. CYECE has hosted and currently hosts a volunteer intern through WUSC.