CARE Australia Strategy 2010 - 2015
CARE Australia's Strategy 2010 - 2015 sets out directions to strengthen our positioning, impact and effectiveness over the coming five years in the global fight against poverty and social injustice. The strategy was developed during 2009-10 with staff across departments in Australia and country offices managed by CARE Australia.
It helps to guide decisions and planning around program directions, organisational arrangements and resource allocation.
Drawn from CARE's vision statement, our purpose is to create a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity and security.
Towards that purpose, our ambition is to be the recognised leader in achieving significant, positive and sustainable impact on poverty and social injustice through the empowerment of women and their communities.
To meet that ambition, we have set one primary goal:
Goal 1: CARE Australia delivers quality programs with demonstrated impact in reducing poverty
This will facilitated by three enabling goals:
Goal 2: CARE Australia has effective leadership and management systems
Goal 3: CARE Australia achieves significant income growth
Goal 4: CARE Australia fosters effective relationships which enhance our reach and impact, and position us as a champion for women’s empowerment
To read about our progress against these goals in year 1 of the Strategy, download our Annual Report.
For more information:
Download CARE Australia's Strategy 2010 - 2015 Summary (PDF)