Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ
HOW DOES THE INSTITUTE OFFER SUPPORT?
The Institute can support and act on projects through financial and intellectual capital, and through networking. Instituto Opy prioritizes the co-creation of ideas and solutions with potential partners.
The Institute supports projects that meet the following criteria:
As for Health Impacts
- Aligned with the Theory of Change and relevance to health: synergy with our vision of impact, with the themes addressed by the first 1,000 days concept, with chronic NCD prevention and health promotion, and with the medium-term results foreseen in the Theory of Change.
- Scalability: clear scalability and/or replicability of the project in other locations.
- Tangibility of impact: possibility of identifying and measuring tangible indicators.
- Innovation: innovative capacity of the initiative.
- Scope: potential impact based on the number of people benefitted by the project.
As for Operational Capacity
- Financial viability: availability of the Institute’s resources and potential for raising additional funds
- Technical capacity: Instituto Opy’s knowledge and ability to implement and manage the project
- Human resources: Opy Health staff availability and volunteer work potential (in-house expertise)
- Ability to build partnerships: the Institute’s networking with strategic, financial, and technical partners
- Experience of strategic partners: technical project management capacity and team qualification
How can I be a partner of the Institute?
We are always available to talk with organizations that are aligned with a vision of health promotion, of the first 1,000 days of life concept, and of chronic NCDs prevention.
Additionally, Instituto Opy will always: Seek partnerships with renowned public and private institutions that are committed to equity in health;
Establish a formal relationship through Agreements or other forms of contract outlining the roles and responsibilities of each partner;
Observe Opy Health’s Code of Ethics, especially regarding anti-corruption, slave labor, and general data protection laws;
Encourage transparency rules when managing social programs and projects, when assessing results, and when ensuring accountability regarding budget and spending.