Southern Environmental Association hosts strategic planning session
Posted: Wednesday July 31, 2019 2:19 PM CST.
By BBN staff: Since the creation of the Southern Environmental Association (SEA) in 2008, management of the protected areas of Laughing Bird Caye National Park (LBCNP) and Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve (GSSCMR) has advanced through a series of organizational strategic plans. .
Many activities have taken place in recent years, including the restructuring of the Board of Directors (Board) of SEA, the development of a resource mobilization plan, the completion of the protected area management plans and the appointment of staff to fill all program area management positions.
All of these activities are directly linked to the achievement of the key objectives of improving the efficiency of the organization; improve financial sustainability and ensure efficient and consistent delivery of activities in program areas.
In line with these goals, on July 19, 2019, a strategic planning session was held for the AEU Board of Directors and staff.
This activity was a necessary component to strategically align the organization and its respective program areas with the mission and vision of the organization. The sub-activities carried out include the SWOT analysis of the program area, the identification of strategic issues and the development of strategic actions.
One of the end results of this strategic planning process will be a five-year organizational strategic plan. SEA anticipates that through this new organizational strategic plan, the implementation of strategic actions will begin in the coming months.
SEA thanks its stakeholders, donors and partners for their continued support to marine conservation and looks forward to continuing to maintain a productive and lasting relationship.
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