DWAI organizes a 3-day Strategic Planning Meeting for its Staff, Volunteers and Board Members

  •  Develops a five years sustainable model to accomplish DWAI Missions and Visions within the five years.
  • Redefines and churns out new Mission and vision statement to target Goal 2027
  • trains its staff and Board on Safeguarding, PSEAH, Child, Financial, and other NGO implementation policies

Deaf Women Aloud Initiative (DWAI) organized a three-day strategic planning meeting to train its staff and Board Members on Safeguarding and other implementation policies. With an expert’s aid, it developed a 5 Years Sustainable Model to accomplish the DWAI target goal in the Five Years timeframe.
Day 1 sees the DWAI Team and its Board engaging in many groups works and individual presentations by identifying the Political, Economic, Sociological, Technological, Legal, and Environmental factors that will shape her targeted 2027 Goal and also by analyzing and building on DWAI’s SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threats).
Day 2 sees DWAI redefining its Vision and Mission Statement and mapping out a series of activities in line with achieving its Goal. At the same time, Day 3 focuses on training DWAI Staff and Board on Safeguarding and other Implementation Policies, with Mr. Nweke Solomon serving as the Lead trainer on Safeguarding & Financial Policy while Barr. Uzoma was the lead trainer for PSEAH, & Conflict of Interest Policy, and Child Policy.
To achieve the Goal set for Vison 2027, DWAI Mission and Vison were redefined and overall adopted; they are;

Mission: To Empower Deaf Women and Girls to access Sexual Reproductive Health and rights services for the promotion of an inclusive Society

Vision: A Society where SRHR Information and services are accessible to Deaf Women and Girls without any form of barriers or Exclusion.

The activity formally marks the end of the project “Advancing the rights of Deaf Women and Girls in Abuja, Nigeria,” a project sponsored by the Disability Right Funds (DRF).

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