Collaboration and partnerships are vital to addressing the complex and wide-ranging issues facing people with albinism in Africa, from the egregious human rights violations to the impacts of climate change, gender-based violence, and health disparities. To maximize our efforts and lay the foundation for sustainable action, we need strong allies. Our partners include government agencies; national human rights institutions; funding partners; academic institutions; civil society, community, and human rights-based organizations; and health care providers, among others. We nurture both formal and informal partnerships, ranging from specific joint ventures on activities within our thematic areas to informal and broad partnerships representing common interests. Through targeted invitations, our Learning Forums are used as a platform to encourage collaborations between AAN, adjacent social justice movements, and our in-country partners.