TFHI believes in collaborative partnership both at individual and institutional level, making way for participatory culture of deliberations and trying for consensus building where possible. The team works as a family of professionals working for a common cause – serving the humanity.
Respect to Humanity
TFHI is a strong advocate for the rights of humanity and equitable access to livelihood opportunities and quality of life. ‘Humanity First’ is the core theme of this organization. Everything else becomes subservient. Irrespective of the color, cast, creed, religion and nationality, the TFHI is obligated to serve each member of humanity with same disposition and spirit.
Commitment to Cause
TFHI takes due pride in uprightness and commitment to cause; and is fully entrenched to ensure service delivery within defined timeframe and other parameters. This keeps us focused on the most essentials elements of the programs and helps achieve the targets with good grace.
Transparency and Fair Play
TFHI has adopted global best practices in transparency and fair play. The data mapping and dissemination tools would display and highlight all activities through a web portal for public information and scrutiny. Procurement of goods and services is done in most transparent manner to make best use of market competition in accordance with pre-notified procurement rules. TFHI has zero tolerance policy regarding the misuse of resources or any kind of discrepancies.
Logistics / Supply Chain Management
TFHI has set up a dedicated IT-based infrastructure to support logistic and supply chain management related operations. ERP (Electronic Resource Planning) is an important segment of our logistic support system. Tracking of goods movement and inventory control functions add much value to efficiency and timely delivery of goods and services.
TFHI has adopted ‘NGO Financial Management Pocket Guide’ – a publication of ‘Price Waterhouse Cooper’ in 2007, as primary source of financial management tools and rules to ensure effective and world-class financial control over the system.
Total Quality Management
TFHI believes in total quality management in terms of services offered. The processes and operating procedures involved in planning, implementation, supervision, monitoring and evaluation of all programs and projects are focused on ultimate quality assurance. At times, this component is also outsourced to more competent players in the market.
Third Party Validation
TFHI, with openness to its systems and procedures always welcomes third party evaluation and validation for systemic checks and balances. Performance evaluation and assessment reports are valued with great interest to apply mid-course corrections to the grey areas if reported.
Business Process Re-engineering:
TFHI having the skill and expertise in business process re-engineering in the sector of public health governance remains available to help any organization / entity for carrying out gap analysis and adding value to their operations through business process re-engineering. Besides, TFHI also remains open to apply BPR on its own business model whenever deemed necessary.
Monitoring & Evaluation
TFHI thrives on its time tested ‘Standard Operating Procedures’ of monitoring and evaluation; and believes in value for money, when it comes to measuring performance through qualitative as well as quantitative indicators. TFHI has a defined monitoring and evaluation system of screening its procedural mechanisms and developmental spending. The pre-defined reporting formats, trainings, workshops, audio-video visuals, internal staff monitoring visits and other tools are used to keep check and balance on activities.
TFHI has a team of dedicated and competent professionals who excel in their level of expertise. The qualitative management structures add great value to the quality of services offered. Competence and competitiveness are our main stay.
Social mobilization, advocacy & research, public health, reproductive health, education & training, poverty reduction and sustainable development are the areas of priority. The most effective tool in implementing these interventions is social mobilization and Community Empowerment.