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Strategic Approach

On the basis of mutually beneficial understanding, SSIL shapes up every individual partnership. However, the general strategic approach could be portrayed as follows:

  • Assuming the responsibilities of identifying new areas of operation/intervention or interest.
  • Fully or partially sharing the responsibilities of implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the ongoing activities.
  • Providing strategically sound, financially beneficial, cost-effective, culturally sensitive, and system-compatible consultation services.
  • Negotiating new deals or outstanding issues with the relevant agencies including NGOs, donors, and government organizations and, if necessary, with local and overseas professionals.
  • Mobilizing professional inputs and other support-services including human resources to ensure efficient and cost-effective execution of ongoing and planned activities.
  • Negotiating beneficial partnerships, collaborations, new initiatives with professionals/individuals, current partners, donor agencies, business houses, government, and/or non-government organizations.
  • Placing well-suited individuals and building teams to assume any challenging and high profile role, which will call for extensive experiences in the areas like management, identifying public welfare oriented innovative ideas and innovative persons, and maximizing programmatic out-puts or profit.
  • Using professional experiences, energetic strategy, self-starting habit, entrepreneurial outlooks, and shrewd negotiation skills both to explore and consolidate new opportunities for the partner organizations in the fashion of maximizing out-puts of ongoing activities, enhancing the possibility of more beneficial future involvement, and expanding partnership with other organizations.


SSIL appreciates contractual arrangement of various types which mostly fall under the following broad categories:

  • Consultation, both sub- contractual or partnership type
  • Long-term or short-term engagement for project implementation
  • Purchase order type job contract
  • Support-service type collaboration
  • Engagement as local agent in Bangladesh