Strategic Plan - 2021 - 2040
CRECCOM Board, Management, staff, and stakeholders aspire and are determined to contribute towards Malawi’s 2063 Visions of an “inclusively wealthy and self-reliant industrialized, upper-middle-income country by” mobilizing self-motivated citizens, resilient and responsive to the ever-changing world. As a means to an end, we shall mobilize local agencies in 80% of rural communities in Malawi and empower citizens to lead their development agenda. We shall ensure CRECCOM’s sustainability
Strategic Goal - To realize institutional growth and development for self-reliance by 2041.
Inclusive Quality Education
Strategic Goal - To contribute towards inclusive equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all by 2041.
Child Protection & Youth Development
Strategic Goal - To contribute towards creating an enabling environment for all young people to develop to their full potential in order to contribute significantly to personal and sustainable national development in Malawi by 2041.
Gender & Women Empowerment
Strategic Goal - To promote gender equality as well as women and girls’ empowerment
Strategic Framework & Pillars
Health lives and improved well-being for all ages
Strategic Goal - To reduce incidence and prevalence of diseases around Malawi’s essential health packages (including HIV/AIDs, Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Nutrition, MNCH, Malaria, TB, WASH, Food Safety and Aflatoxin management, Social Accountability, pandemics etc).
Climate Change Resilience
Strategic Goal - To contribute towards mitigation of climate change in Malawi by 2041
Policy influence and social accountability
Strategic Goal - To strengthen accountability system at community, district and national levels in order to enhance pro-poor effective policy implementation by 2041
1.5 million (currently representing a quarter of the adolescent population) rural Malawian girls and boys acquire essential learning outcomes; practice employability skills for life; are safe from exploitation, harmful practices, and violence; benefit from integrated social services; and become change agents in their communities.
CRECCOM will be committed to community-led development.
We are going to test, implement and recommend scale policy solutions and social innovations.
CRECCOM will grow in projects’ portfolio with revenue of $20 million annually.