STRATEGIC PLAN CDRM&CDS’ FOR 2022-2027
BASED ON THEORY OF CHANGE (ToC)
THE CHANGE WE WANT TO SEE :
The targeted vulnerable people, across their life course, live in inclusive, resilient communities where all members, as responsible rights-holders and stewards of the environment are empowered to enjoy dignified lives.
PROGRAM FOCUS AREA:
- Increase the sustainability of community Livelihoods.
- Increase community critical awareness, commitment, capacity, networks and resources to implement inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) plans.
- Increase capacity to PWDs’ access to basic services and participation in decision making.
- Empowerment of women and adolescent girls.
- Empowerment of Vulnerable people for their rights to basic services and social protection.
- Increase capacity CDRM&CDS and partner church diaconal departments as enabler of change.
- A risk management approach encourages people to proactively manage life-affecting situations, by actively applying mental and physical efforts, rather than reacting passively to the identified risks in communities. This approach focuses on disaster preparedness and management, including COVID-19, and climate change adaptation.
- A rights-based approach leverages the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and all related conventions, the Sustainable Development Goals, the Constitution, existing laws, and pro-poor policies. It first and foremost involves building up Human Rights awareness at all levels, both among the powerless and the powerful (enlightenment of the powerful and empowerment of the powerless).
- A gender mainstreaming approach ensures that we:
- A twin-track approach to disability-inclusion involves us:
- An empowerment approach builds people's capacity and confidence of both as individuals and as participating members of groups and communities, to achieve results for themselves.
- A community-based approach encourages communities and their members to have an active role and participate in highlighting and addressing the issues that matter to them.
- A partnership approach embodies mutual, equal relations between partners who share values and resources, and who collaborate and learn from each other to realise the desired change.
1Consider the specific needs, interests, and views of women. 2 Do not unintentionally harm women and girls or maintain harmful social norms. 3 Actively contribute to overcoming the gender injustice that fuels poverty and undermines sustainable development.
1 Targeting the empowerment of people with disabilities, their families and representing organisations through increasing their access to support services, health care, education, livelihood, and social and political activities. 2 Mainstreaming to identify and overcome barriers people with disability face within our programming.