Magazine article Anglican Journal

Self-Examination the Goal of Fund's Strategic Plan

Magazine article Anglican Journal

Self-Examination the Goal of Fund's Strategic Plan

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The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has embarked on a three-year strategic plan that includes a "significant commitment to evaluation and learning," said executive director Cheryl Curtis.

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Approved by the fund's board at its November meeting, the central goal of the plan is "to go through a learning review process that will equip PWRDF to meet the challenges of the next decade (2010-2020), strengthened in its tradition as an innovative and strong partner in work on development, relief, refugees and global justice at the local and global levels," according to the fund's Web site. PWRDF is also marking its 50th anniversary in 2009.

Part of the preparation of the strategic plan included a review of the fund's 37-year relationship with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the federal government's international aid agency, said Ms. Curtis.

CIDA is a significant contributor to the Primate's Fund. In the fiscal year ended March 31, 2007, out of total receipts of $6.646 million, the CIDA contribution was $1.239 million, or nearly 19 per cent. An additional $199,600, or three per cent, was related to the 2004 Asian tsunami disaster.

However, said Ms. …

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