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PARTAGE RISE

WHY DID WE CREATE THE PARTAGE RISE NETWORK?

Created in 1973, the French international solidarity association Partage works in partnership with local civil society organisations in the fields of education, health/nutrition, protection against abuse and community development to ensure the overall development of children and respect for their fundamental rights.

On the occasion of a forum organised by Partage in France in June 2007, the Partage Lamako network was formed, bringing together all of Partage’s partner organisations throughout the world, i.e. 32 organisations from 20 countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia, Near-East and Europe.

Following a review of its 10 years of existence, Partage and its partners were able to reaffirm their willingness to work as a network, a work that is perfectly in line with the mode and spirit of collaboration between Partage and its local partners: an equitable, sustainable and reciprocal exchange relationship. Networking makes it possible to further strengthen this horizontality sought after in the partnership relationship.

It is in this project to deepen its work that the Partage network has been given a new look: new name and new logo, both proposed and voted by the network members, but above all new objectives.

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Key numbers

PARTAGE RISE IN A NUTSHELL

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Member organisations

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Represented

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Birth of the network

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Network meetings

PARTAGE RISE

OUR MISSIONS AND VALUES

COMPOSITION

The Partage RISE network brings together Partage and all of Partage’s partner organisations. Any new partner of Partage becomes a member of the RISE network. Membership is lost at the end of the partnership with Partage

MISSION

The main mission of the Partage RISE network is to strengthen the capacities of its members to intervene in favour of the defence of children’s rights and the development of children, young people, their families and communities.

PRINCIPLES

The relations between the members of the network are based on dialogue, exchange of knowledge, sharing of experiences, participation, solidarity, respect for each other’s independence and diversity in order to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the most vulnerable groups, in particular children and adolescents.

OBJECTIVES

  • To contribute to the capacity building of member organisations through the sharing of their knowledge and experience.  
  • To capitalise and disseminate the actions of the network and its members as well as their tools and documentary resources. 
  • To encourage the organisation of members into regional or thematic consortia to develop common operational or organisational projects. 
  • Carrying the values defended by the members by developing and giving a wider audience to advocacy actions in favour of children's rights. 

PARTAGE RISE

OUR STORY

September 2021

The network gets a new website

November 2020

1st PARTAGE RISE event: on the occasion of the 20th November, anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child , PARTAGE RISE launched a photo exhibition open to the children of the 29 member organisations of the network and to the children participating in the projects of the local volunteer branches.

MAY 2019

The network has a new charter and a new name: Partage RISE (International Child Support Network).

AUGUST 2017

Review of Lamako’s 10 years

NOVEMBER2016

Invitation to all members of the Lamako network to carry out an action on the occasion of the International Day of the Rights of the Child.

NOVEMBER 2015

Invitation to Everest Range and ALDIN members to carry out an action on the occasion of the International Day of the Rights of the Child (action foreseen in the action plans of the 2 networks)

JUNE 2014

Launch of PRISME (Programme of Methodological Innovations for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating Processes of Change) with the F3E in which Maeecha, Mesad and Partage participate.

MARCH 2014

1st Latin America meeting in Honduras

FEBRUARY 2010

CPCR’s national collection initiative in Thailand for Haiti following the January earthquake

OCTOBER 2009

1st Africa meeting in Burkina Faso

FEBRUARY 2009

1st Asia Meeting (Everest Range) in Nepal

AUGUST 2008

Launch of the blog Partage-Lamako

JUNE 2007

Birth of the network: representatives of the 34 local organisations partners of Partage met in France for 6 days of workshops and meetings