Building more effective partnerships between the public sector and faith groups
A National Religious Association for Social Development (NRASD) perspective, a South African case study.
Author: Dr Renier A. Koegelenberg
- Founding member and Executive Secretary of the NRASD
- Condenses the key issues and challenges of forming effective partnerships between faith or religious networks, and the public (government) sector, as well as partnering with international and multinational development agencies.
- This is a case study of NRASD’s experience in South Africa: our cooperation with different faith communities in South Africa, the South African government, church-based agencies and the Global Fund to fight HIV and AIDS, Malaria and TB. Thus, our experience may not be applicable in other countries or regions.