We use CFSC methods to solve critical issues facing marginalized communities; applying CFSC methods to real-life situations involving critical global issues such as HIV-AIDS, gender imbalance, inadequate education, childhood immunization, tuberculosis, environmental issues, food security and poverty eradication.
United in the belief that communication processes are essential to the development of traditionally marginalized communities, the Consortium advocates for community-based problem solving sparked by public and private dialogue that leads to collective action. This is followed by strategy design, implementation, community monitoring and assessment based on collective input from the affected people
We catalyze innovation in communication by funding research, analysis, evidence gathering and by elevating local knowledge. This work is based on a set core principle including:
- Voices and participation for all
- Equity of access to the content
- Means and channels of communication