In this special episode of the No Hunger Radio, CEOs Olivier Longué (Spain), Danny Glenwright (Canada) and Charles Owubah (USA) give us their reflections on the ISP3 process, the conversations so far, and the challenges and opportunities they see for us in the weeks and months to come.
Yesterday, we worked on developing priority statements around the three key elements of the strategic plan: the Key Trends, Action Against Hunger’s Value Proposition, and our Strategic Priorities. Today, we voted on them. Here’s what came out of it.
A round-up of the conversations that are happening during the Valencia conference: looking at our key trends and the process of defining our priority statements around the key trends, Action Against Hunger’s value proposition and strategic priorities.
We spoke to some of our colleagues here in Valencia about the climate crisis and how Action Against Hunger is responding. Read and listen to what Olivier, Claire and Jennifer had to say about climate change and how we might respond to it.
Here we’ll look at what you, the Action Against Hunger staff, identified as the key trends likely to affect our sector and our organisation specifically, and where those differed in different parts of the world.
There’s one very clear objective in Valencia today. We are working towards defining and refining three priority statements for each of the key trends, value proposition and strategic priorities for the ISP3. [Available in French and English.]
Ahead of discussions today to start hammering out the basic principles of the ISP3, we had an interesting session yesterday about what makes a good strategy. And here’s what we heard…
As discussions about our new International Strategic Plan kick off in Valencia this afternoon, let’s take a moment to look at what it actually is we’re trying to achieve. What is the International Strategic Plan (or ISP), and what’s it for? What’s the process we’re going through to develop the next ISP? And what’s the significance of this conference, this week? [Available in French and English]
What is it? What does it mean for Action Against Hunger? And how does it affect our next International Strategic Plan? A round-up of one of the sessions from the international conference in Valencia all about the CHS and the self-assessments we completed in 2017 and 2018.
For 40 years, in 50 countries, Action Against Hunger has led the fight against hunger. This video showcases our progress in 2018 across all the diverse countries and sectors that we work in.
The first in a series of posts about the process of developing our new International Strategic Plan. Here, we look at how our network is structured and how we’re starting to develop the ISP3 within that. [Available in French and English.]
A one-hour webinar led by the MEAL Services Team on the process and outcomes of the mid-term review of the current International Strategic Plan, with a view to how these results are informing the development of the ISP3.
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