CARELINK RESOURCE FOUNDATION (CRF) is a development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with women, children, adolescents and communities to overcome poverty. We help them achieve their full potential for and their rights to health and well-being in all settings to end preventable deaths, ensure health and well-being and create enabling environment for their development, protection and survival.
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Projects implemented includes
- Improving the quality of lives of vulnerable children and their Households under the Save the children USAID sponsored project-Systems Transformed for Empowered Action and Enabling Response to family and Vulnerable children; System Transformed to Empower and Enable Response (STEER) to Vulnerable Children Project Worth over USD100, 000. The project was a consortia under the lead of Save the children. Members of the consortium include American International Alliance (AIHA), Mercy corps, Management Sciences for Health, Association For Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH).
Networks belonged to
- CRF is a member of the Civil Society Alliance –Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition in Nigeria (CSSUNN) and currently coordinates the Kaduna State chapter with over 20 CSOs advocating for improved nutrition response in the state.
- Active member of the Pharmaceutical Society in Nigeria (PSN) coalition on Pneumonia and Child hood Killer diseases with a membership of 25 active members.
Both Coalitions benefit from the Bill and Melinder Gates (BMG) project implemented under the Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PACFaH).
Through these projects CRF has actively been involved in transparency and accountability activities such as budget tracking and has developed relationship with the State ministries Department and Agencies (MDAs)
CRF is led by a Board of trustees (BoT), under the chairmanship of Mr. John Ogbu Esq. Board meeting holds once yearly to deliberate on direction, agree on strategy, and formulate policies that ensure good governance of the organization.