Dive in the IFRC Strategy 2030 Midterm Review and Forecast

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What Strategy 2030 should prioritize?

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We need to talk about Volunteering

What futures for volunteers?

We want to hear from you

Every person in our global network has a unique perspective on humanitarian action and our organisation

We are now running regular surveys to understand the reality of life in the Red Cross Red Crescent, the impact of changes to communities and the ways we work

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These surveys will change regularly, so check back and keep sharing your ideas

Mid-Term Review in numbers

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Which Country has the most volunteers per capita?

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Voices from around the world

Which quote inspires you? Why?

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Burundi

That’s right, 4.46 percent of the population participates, that means 1 out of every 22 people living in Burundi is a Red Cross Volunteer

Numbers tell a Story

How much do you know about volunteering?

Which National Society has the most volunteers per capita?

Mid-Term Review in numbers

Interesting Stats

Which Region has the most volunteers for 10,000 people?

Asia Pacific

MENA

Europe

Africa

Americas

Does this order surprise you? Why or Why Not?

Has volunteering changed since 2020?

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Upcoming Events

Event 4

July 12th  —>  NSD Practitioner Meeting, Kuala Lumpur

Event 3

Jun 17th  —>  ICG, Denmark

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Past Events

Event 2

Jun 12th  —> Disaster And Crisis Working Group, Stockholm

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May 7th  —>  Senior Leaders Consultation, Geneva

About

Strategy 2030 Mid-Term General Survey

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Strategy 2030 outlines how we will build on over 100 years of humanitarian action to adapt to emerging 21st-century challenges. It ensures we will remain a dynamic global network of organizations that are fit for purpose and can best serve our communities.

Strategy 2030 represents the collective ambitions of our 191 National Societies, supported by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), and lays out our vision for the organization of the future.

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As we approach the mid-point of our Global Strategy 2030, it is time to reflect on what we’ve achieved so far, and what we must prioritise over the next five years.

We want to hear from you – the people delivering services, driving change, and dealing with the challenges of a changing world. The IFRC Strategy 2030 is the combined global ambitions of all National Societies in the network, so your perspectives and experience are important.In late October 2024 we will present your views, concerns and hopes to the IFRC General Assembly where the Presidents, Secretaries General and Youth Representatives of every National Society will meet alongside IFRC Secretariat leaders to discuss the Strategy.We will keep updating this page as the process develops, with new surveys and chances to share your views throughout the year.

Strategic Foresight

We use a strategic foresight approach to this Strategy 2030 mid-term review and forecast

If you want to learn more about how to use Strategic Foresight approaches download our book or write to us

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