Organisational developments 2014
Field Operations and Quality, Accountability and Learning
With the separation of the Programme Department into two departments, Field Operations and Quality Accountability and Learning at the end of 2013, there will be increased focus on improving the quality of programming, adhering to international standards, including the IATA standards for open data, and developing evidence-based interventions, in 2014 and beyond.
Fundraising and communications
An increased focus on integrated fundraising campaigns and the drive to implement innovative fundraising projects has emphasised the need to work through a project-based approach, requiring good project management. The increase in events organised by individuals and organisations who are part of War Child’s constituency has increased our focus on communicating with and supporting our existing networks and communities.
Advocacy and communication
The Advocacy, Campaigning and Communications Department, established in late 2012, will focus on building an integrated multi-year campaign on the impact of conflict on the safety and accessibility of schools. This campaign will strengthen the advocacy profile of the organisation, work to increase our stakeholders’ understanding of our work, and open fundraising possibilities. The campaign will also create opportunities for our constituency in the Netherlands to engage actively in our work.
War Child International
Cooperation within War Child International will be furthered in 2014 through joint programming, fundraising and advocacy. All three organisations will continue to search for opportunities to collaborate in their field operations, increasing efficiency and decreasing costs. We will also invest in joint fundraising on a global scale, which has the potential to open new opportunities for all three organisations.
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