CDAC Strategy 2016-2021

Organisation: CDAC Network | Feb 2017 Author: CDAC
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The CDAC Network's Strategic Plan 2016-2021: Leading Communication with Communities in Crisis Now, and into the Future

In the ten years of its existence, the CDAC Network, its members and partners, have contributed much to the global understanding of communication and community engagement in humanitarian response. In this next strategic period, the Network must build on this progress, leveraging the strength and potential agility of its diverse membership and partner base to provide leadership, generate evidence and spark capacity-building at all levels of the global humanitarian system.

This Strategy document is intended to provide clear direction from the board and membership to the director, the secretariat and the membership itself. It was developed through a participatory drafting process, supported by consultations with both members and non-members, and a Strategy Working Group who set the tone and structure.

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The CDAC Network is a growing platform of more than 30 humanitarian, media development, social innovation, technology, and telecommunication organisations, dedicated to saving lives and making aid more effective through communication, information exchange and community engagement.

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