FSHN is committed to building strong collaborative relationships with community partners, sharing resources, and building greater capacity amongst all organizations, in order to better serve the community.
In the areas of social responsibility, education, local capacity building, and research, we are proud to partner with the private and public sector, as well as local civil society organizations, in our efforts to share our expertise and learn from other community stakeholders who share our vision of changing Kuwait for the better.
As a non-profit organization, the support of private sector partners is a crucial factor for FSHN. Over the years, we have developed a number of long-standing and highly productive relationships.
As a national non-profit organization that aims to serve the Kuwaiti community, the support of the government sector is essential for our activities and initiatives. Over the past years, at Fawzia Sultan Healthcare Network we have succeeded in establishing and building long term relationships with many governmental institutions and agencies.
In addition to our key strategic sponsors and partners, FSHN enjoys the support of many Kuwaiti corporations and enterprises, which contribute to and participate in RunKuwait each year
FSHN is proud of its broad and diverse network of community partners from across Kuwait’s ever-growing civil society. We value our relationships with these organizations who share our ethos of striving to work towards the benefit of the local community.
FSHN’s commitment to providing international standards of care and treatment is strengthened through its network of global partners, and its collaborations with a number of leading education and healthcare institutions from around the world.
MEPI provided organizational capacity-building training for FSHN staff, and supported the development of the Kuwait Child Resource Center e-platform. MEPI is part of the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, and supports efforts to expand political participation, strengthen civil society and the rule of law, empower women and youth, create educational opportunities, and foster economic reform throughout the Middle East and North Africa. In support of these goals, MEPI works with non-governmental organizations, the private sector, and academic institutions, as well as governmental bodies.
Stemming from FSHN’s staunch belief in education, our organization often collaborates with educational institutions across the spectrum in Kuwait. Some of our partners, past and present, include: