PARTNERS

PARTNERS
Since its inception Humanitywatch has been awarded financial and technical support from several national and international organisations. These include:
Ally NGOs of Humanitywatch all over
Bangladesh
-   Actionaid Bangladesh
-   Local Environment Development and Agricultural Research Society (LEADERS)
-   Nagorik Sanghati (Citizen Solidarity)
-   Oxfam
-   SHAREE
-   Uttaran

NETWORKS/FORUMS
Towards its vision and mission Humanitywatch joined in several national and international Networks and Forums of Civil Society to raise voices and maximise impacts of the advocacy and campaign. Humanitywatch is the Lead role in some of the Forum in Bangladesh including Bonojibi Odhikar Suraksha Mancho (BOSM), Coastal Livelihood, Ecology and Adaptation Network (CLEAN) and Sundarbans Watch Group (SWG) while playing important role in other Networks. The networks include:
-   Bangladesh Civil Society Network for Promoting Nutrition (BCSNPN) 
-   Bonojibi Odhikar Suraksha Mancho (BOSM)
-   Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods (CSRL)
-   Climate Finance Governance Network (CFGN)
-   Coastal Livelihood, Ecology and Adaptation Network (CLEAN)
-   Democratic Budget Movement (DBM)
-   Equity and Justice Working Group Bangladesh (EquityBD)
-   Food Security Network of Bangladesh (Khani-Bangladesh)
-   Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JS-APMDD)
-   Mangrove Action Project (MAP)
-   NGO Forum on ADB
-   Sundarbans Watch Group (SWG)

ALLIES
To create an opportunity to raise voices from and to demonstrate the new ideas and approaches in all over the country Humanitywatch formed allies with other like-minded organisations. The organisations include:
-   HAUS, Sunamganj
-   IDEA, Sylhet
-   ISDE Bangladesh, Chittagong
-   Jago Nari, Barguna
-   Participatory Research and Action Network (PRAN), Noakhali
-   Pirojpur Gono-Unnayan Samiti (PGUS), Pirojpur
-   Prantojon Trust, Barisal
-   Progoti, Satkhira
-   Shahai Foundation, Cox's Bazar
-   Shapla Ful, Patuakhali
-   SODESH, Satkhira
-   Uttaran, Gaibandha