Sustainability is mainstreamed into our programmes through the following strategies

Market Systems Development Approach

M4P marking markets work for the poor, but economically active people. This approach was adopted in 2017 following our participation in the Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) CAPABLE Training, co-facilitated by the UKaid funded Market Development in the Niger Delta (MADE). M4P focuses on addressing the underlying causes rather than symptoms of underperformance of a particular sector or thematic area using a dynastic cone. The approach emphasizes leveraging the incentive and actions of key players/actors in a particular sector to bring about systemic changes in the sector, thereby reaching large numbers of beneficiaries and ensuring sustainability and value for money

Need Based

We adopted a need based approach that identifies and diagnose the problem through active participation of beneficiaries. This is done with a range of needs assessment tools to identify the most felt needs of communities. The solutions are also products of such engagements as the process enables communities to choose solutions that best meet their needs and position them for growth and development in a sustainable manner

Adaptive Intervention:

CLICE Foundation is conscious of the fact that every community has its unique characteristics; therefore, intervention should be designed and adapted to address specific problems of the people within their own context. In view of this, our interventions are designed and adapted to suit the context of target beneficiaries.

Public Private Partnership:

This strategy strengthens our means of implementation and revitalizes the global Partnership for Sustainable Development