The SEAC Model: Sustain, Expand, Advocate and Create
As we work towards transformational change in behaviour and thinking about Reproductive Health in under-served, developing countries, we are guided by the four perspectives represented in by the acronym, SEAC:
- SUSTAIN Australian operations so we can sustain our Partners and their communities.
- SUSTAIN and support our Partners appropriately and as needed until they are self-sustaining.
- EXPAND our work, using our first Partner, UGANDA as our model and approach.
- EXPAND into neighbouring African states and other under-served countries .
- ADVOCATE on behalf of our Partners and the communities we serve together.
- ADVOCATE through and with local governments, peak bodies and change agents to facilitate positive transformation.
- CREATE new and continually improve curriculum and training materials to address challenges.
- CREATE educational resources that are contextualised and translated as relevant and required.