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Asia Pacific Membership Development Strategy 2015-2017-2020. Background. Vision 2020 – all girls are valued and take action to change the world Global Membership Development Strategy - with focus on MEMBERSHIP growth

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background
Background
  • Vision 2020 – all girls are valued and take action to change the world
  • Global Membership Development Strategy - with focus on MEMBERSHIPgrowth
  • AP Membership Development Strategy (APMDS) – support MOs to achieve Vision 2020
aims of this session 19
Aims of this Session 19
  • MOs will gain a better understanding of APMDS
  • MOs will give input in shaping the proposed APMDS
  • MOs will give the mandate to the APR Committee to finalize the proposed APMDS
ap region membership profile
AP Region Membership Profile
  • 25 Member Organizations
  • 5 Associate Members
  • 2 MOs working for Full Membership
  • 1 MO suspended
  • One country working for Associate Membership
ap region membership profile1
AP Region Membership Profile
  • Membership increasing
    • 2.6 million in 2009
    • 3.06 million in 2013
  • MO Report 2013
    • 18 MOs increase
      • 14 school based, 4 community based
    • 7 MOs decrease
      • 4 school based, 3 community based
performance assessment 2012
Performance Assessment 2012
  • All 25 MOs responded
  • One MO in Support Category
  • 14 MOs in Develop Category
  • 10 MOs in Expand Category

SUPPORT – refined and targeted support needed

DEVELOP - work needed in some areas to move to expand

EXPAND - high quality GGGS delivered. MOs can support other MOs and WAGGGS

Optimise and Maximise

current challenges
Current Challenges
  • Succession Planning
    • Numbers & Capacity
    • Structure
  • Membership
    • WAGGGS Core Areas
    • Programmes
  • Funding
    • FD strategy
  • Image
    • Recognition
    • Partnerships
year 2020
Year 2020

4 million

28 Member Organizations

six strategic priorities
Six Strategic Priorities
  • Strengthen the skills of adult members
  • Deliver attractive and quality programmes
  • Retain and grow membership and market share
  • Build strong structures and organization systems
  • Expand and diversify funding in MOs and the AP Region
  • Enhance image and awareness of GGGS
discussion
Discussion
  • You have been given a coloured card. Please move to the groups you belong to quickly
  • Each group will be led by APR Committee member
  • You have 30 minutes to meet and feedback on the APMDS
  • Feedback time – 5 mins per group
questions
Questions
  • Does the Strategic Priorities of APMDS meet your needs?
  • Would you like to add to the outcomes already given
  • Suggestions on how the APMDS can be delivered in 2015-2017
the next step
The next step…
  • JULY – SEP 2013

- Asia Pacific Committee finalizes APMDS and ensures there is a process of monitoring and evaluation to attain desired outcome and impact.

  • The revised APMDS will be sent by September 2013
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