STRATEGIC PLANNING

Strategic Plan of SAATHI: 2014-2019

FDM provided technical support to SATHI to develop a five-year strategic plan along with a twelve-month operational plan following a widely participatory and inclusive approach. The strategic plan laid out the most important priority activities that need to be conducted in five years period in order to strengthen institutional capacity of SAATHI. The plan aimed to clearly state the urgency of the activity by indicating the activity as of high, medium and low priority or through long term, mid-term and immediate priority activities. It also strived to provide a frame-work within which to work, with a clear understanding of the broader context, along with the issues that need to be intervened, capacity needed for intervention and a clear understanding about the certain number of years to achieve the stated objective. The plan sought to guide the organization to operate effectively and efficiently in the changed context.
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Ten Years Plan to End Untouchability and Caste Based Discrimination in Nepal: A National Strategic Plan of Action 2013-2023

The initiative to formulate the strategy was undertaken by National Dalit Commission (NDC) and Dalit NGO Federation (DNF). Under the guidance of NDC and DNF, FDM drafted a strategic plan to end untouchability and caste based discrimination in Nepal. This strategic action plan was developed to provide a roadmap for different actors including the government and its ministries, public bodies, NDC, Upekchit and Udpidit District Committee (UUDDC), and DNF. The overall approach of drafting and finalizing the strategic plan of action was highly participatory, involved key stakeholders, including Dalit activists, senior government officials (notably from National Planning Commission, Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, and Ministry of Education), religious group leaders, members from law enforcement agencies, media personnel, donor organizations, civil society members from both Dalit and non-Dalit community, in each step of design process. The action plan aimed to identify and distinguish the role of different stakeholders and prioritize their activities in order to minimize duplication of effort and maximization of available resources.
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National Strategic Plan of Action on Right to Information in Nepal: 2013- 2018

Right to Information (RTI) has gained momentum since the recognition of RTI as a fundamental right in the Interim Constitution of Nepal. Its recognition was further enhanced by the establishment of RTI Act and National Information Commission (NIC). However, the use of RTI in Nepal is still weak. Therefore, in order to provide a clear strategy for the promotion, protection and implementation of RTI, Enabling State Program (ESP) provided financial support to NIC to develop the strategic plan on RTI. FDM provided technical support during the?drafting and finalizing process. Consultation workshops were organized in Kathmandu, Nepalgunj, Pokhara, Chitwan, and Biratnagar with around 350 participants from the public sector, political parties, civil society organizations, and media. Senior government officials notably from Commission of Investigation of Abuse of Authority, Public Accounts Committee, Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, Ministry of Communication along with Ex-Chief Commissioner of NIC were also consulted during the formulation process. Three priority areas were identified in order to cover the three major actors of RTI, namely NIC, public sector (supply side), and civil society (demand side).
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Strategic Plan of Research and Planning Directorate of Nepal Police: 2012- 2015

The strategic plan of Research and Planning Directorate (R&P D) of Nepal Police was prepared with technical support from FDM and financial support from Enabling State Program (ESP) of Department of International Development (DFID). The preparation process involved numerous consultations with various stakeholders from Nepal Police, Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA), Research Departments of Tribhuvan University and Kathmandu University, Nepal Administrative Staff College, and other human rights organizations. SWOT analysis of R&P D was also conducted with staff from different?Research and Planning Sections. As a part of design process, FDM also reviewed strategic plan of several police organizations across the globe. Based on the analysis of R&P D, the current strategic plan was developed to overcome the challenges and threats faced by R&P D, and to meet their desired goal. The strategic plan included seven strategic priorities with clear vision, mission, core values and guiding principles, and strategic goal. It also included comprehensible objectives under each priority areas, alongside activities, outputs, indicators and time line.
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Strategic Priority Areas for Nepal Police

Realizing that Nepal Police (NP) needed to modernize its operation in the changing global context, the Research and Planning Directorate (R&P D) took the lead to identify key priority areas that needed to be addressed in the new strategic plan of Nepal Police. During the process, FDM reviewed the already developed plan and provided additional input and feedback for revision. FDM also supported NP in developing key strategic priority areas and activities under each area with cohesion.
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User’s Manual on Developing and Implementing a Strategic Plan

Research and Planning Directorate (R&P D) developed a User’s Manual for Developing a Strategic Plan with technical support from FDM. The manual was developed in order to help different departments and units under Nepal Police (NP) to identify and prioritize the most critical issues faced by the organization with special focus on each department or unit. The manual aimed to be handy in assisting different departments and units of NP to recognize and reflect on the long-standing deeply integrated problems faced by the organization along with the choices, opportunities and way forward towards achieving what the organization has envisioned itself to be in the future with special focus on each department and unit.
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Organization Development and Strengthening of Four Tibetan NGOs

FDM worked with four Tibetan NGOs to develop their strategic plan, assessed their organisation policies and provided training on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. All four NGOs work for the betterment of Tibetan people and Himalayan people by providing language classes, preserving their culture and improving the living condition of displaced Tibetans by providing income generating skills through education and skills development training. Partnership venture between Himalayan Roots to Fruits and Lutheran World Federation, Nepal Program had funded the assignment. For this assignment, FDM conducted series of workshop, consultative meetings with staff, board members, donors, beneficiaries and other stakeholders associated with these NGOs.

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