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Model of synergy Christian Osterhaus Dr. Nelson Penedo 27.11.2012. Strategy and outreach. Don Bosco Mission acts as part of congregation & church focuses towards partners in the church among all Christians Individuals, organizations and institutions who accept christian values

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Model ofsynergy

Christian Osterhaus

Dr. Nelson Penedo

27.11.2012

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Strategy and outreach

Don Bosco Mission

  • acts as part of congregation & church
  • focuses towards partners
  • in the church
  • among all Christians
  • Individuals, organizations and institutions who accept christian values
  • Follows the directions of Dicasterium for Missions and Province Chapter of GER
  • works directly within the structures of the congregation
  • supports education-oriented projects AND “mission/church” –oriented projects
  • Don Bosco Mondo
  • acts like an NGO and part of civil society
  • focuses towards partners
  • in government
  • among all Christians
  • institutions which hesitate to cooperate with the church
  • Takes directions of the congregation as guidance
  • supports the structures of the congregation
  • supports education-oriented projects
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Synergies

  • Knowledge transfer in all activities: administrative, fundraising, etc.
  • Shared use of all facilities (offices, data base, refectory, church…)
  • Common data base of project requests & project activities
  • “competing” for best practices (speeding up the learning curve)
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Both organizations grow simultaneously

  • Financial support from both organizations for the salesian world is increasing
  • Both organizations gain respect in their constituencies without being restricted by internal restraints
  • Active mutual support through smart contact management

Successstory

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Potential threats

  • Dysbalanced cooperation / sharing
  • Too much rivalry
  • Conflicts between leading persons
  • Lack of coordination
  • Mondo being treated as “outsider” (does not belong to us) by the congregation
  • Mission being restricted to the rapidly shrinking “core community” of catholics
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