Working in partnerships can lead to better outcomes than working alone. Partnerships Highlight imageSuccessful partnerships strengthen the capacity of projects and services to broaden their reach, engage more stakeholders and achieve shared objectives.

Partnerships may be either strategic and concerned with the broad program concept, scope, direction or planning; or operational and concerned with resources, incentives, engagement and communication. Partnerships can be formal or informal and one-off, short-term or ongoing.

Partnerships can achieve greater outcomes than individuals or organisations working alone; they share expertise, skills and resources.

Partnerships are good for working in health promoting ways because they: ‚Äč

Successful Partnerships require:

Health Promoting Partnerships occur when we: