GNIP establishes and maintains partnerships with donors, partner agencies, nongovernmental organizations, volunteer groups, professionals, students, local government units, schools, and the communities where GNIP operates. GNIP also builds linkages with organizations that share the same vision, mission, goals, and advocacy.
In 2013, GNIP officially became a member of the Child Rights Network, an alliance of 20 child-focused nongovernment organizations and 1 government office advocating for the enactment of policies that will protect and fulfil the rights of Filipino children. One of the major activities conducted by GNIP with CRN is the Forum on Universal Birth Registration.
“GNIP builds linkages with organizations that share the same vision, mission, goals, and advocacy”
The membership with CRN is an addition to GNIP’s present memberships with other networks, such as the Philippine International Non-Governmental Organization Network (PINGON) and the National Council of Social Development (NCSD). PINGON is a network of NGOs operating in the Philippines, with which GNIP coordinates its implementation of disaster response and emergency relief programs. NCSD is a network composed of development agencies and organizations undertaking capacity building, advocacy, and social mobilization activities that will influence a change in national policies and development programs. (end)