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4-H. Global Clover Network Strategy 2013-2016. By Shingi Nyamwanza Managing Director Africa 4-H Network. BUILDING A GLOBAL 4-H NETWORK. | 3. | 4. Why Is A Global Strategy Needed? MACRO OVERVIEW.

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4-H

Global Clover

Network

Strategy 2013-2016

By Shingi Nyamwanza

Managing Director Africa 4-H Network

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Why Is A Global Strategy Needed?

MACRO OVERVIEW

  • The global youth population is soaring. Countries are struggling to provide youth with avenues of employment and self-sufficiency.
  • The world is facing monumental problems. Youth are the contribution differential for betterment and change in their communities.
  • There is no clear “youth strategy” today which firmly positions youth as the solution to the world’s problems.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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Why Is 4-H The Solution?

MACRO OVERVIEW

  • Through its programs, 4-H is preparing the world’s young people to meet urgent global needs, including sustainable livelihoods and food security.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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A GLOBAL STRATEGY PROVIDES...

MICRO OVERVIEW

  • A visible and powerful public amphitheatre to demonstrate that youth are the solution (power of the collective).
  • Common measures of success that ensure high quality positive youth development.
  • A central mechanism for sharing knowledge or best practices between 4-H organizations/youth in agriculture.
  • Capacity building and training for global 4-H leaders.
  • Opportunities for innovative partnerships that leverage the collective wisdom and capacity of in-country development programs.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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4-H VISION

A sustainable and innovative global 4-H network will empower youth to reach their full potential.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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OVERALL OUTCOME

  • Help prepare 1,000,000 new youth globally to pursue productive and sustainable livelihoods by strengthening capacity of GCN Leaders to grow and sustain effective 4-H PYD organizations & programs.
  • Metric:
  • Reach and engage 1 million new youth in 4-H— grow from current 500,000 to 1.5 million by 2016.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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GCN Focus Countries

Africa

Phase 1: Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania

Phase 2: Zambia, Namibia, Liberia

Place-Based Countries: Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi

Asia: Korea, Taiwan, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia.

Latin America: Costa Rica, Brazil

Caribbean: Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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GOALS

1.To build capacity and capability of 4-H programs to reach youth with high quality positive youth development programs.

  • Metrics:
  • Number of 4-H Leaders trained
  • Number of resource bearing partnership formed
  • Number of 4-H members engaged
  • Evaluate virtual resources provided
  • Baseline SOPs established

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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GOALS

2.To increase awareness that positive youth development is THE solution to solving the world’s problems.

  • Metrics:
  • Global PYD Research
  • Number of strategic stakeholders engaged
  • Increased awareness and funding of PYD among “investors” and partners

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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OBJECTIVES OF THE GLOBAL 4-H Network: 2013-2016

To connect 4-H programs, leaders, and volunteers so they may communicate effectively and efficiently with each other and access and share resources.

To establish and train 4-H leaders/executives around a common set of principles and best practices.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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OBJECTIVES OF THE GLOBAL 4-H Network: 2013-2016

To recruit, prepare and support high quality PYD volunteers to serve 4-H programs.

To engage influencers, multinationals and partners to advance the 4-H mission.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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Key Strategies FOR Advancing OBJECTIVE #1

To connect 4-H programs, leaders, and volunteers so they may communicate effectively and efficiently with each other and access and share resources.

  • Gather “best in class” tools and educational/learning materials that can be accessed and customized. Focus on:
    • Leadership skill building
    • Community gardening/agriculture skill building/science literacy
  • Expand use of 4-H Knowledge Center that would serve as the hub of resources for 4-H global network.
    • 4-H programs can access the information, resources and tools needed to deliver the highest quality positive youth development
    • Ability to communicate with 4-H program leaders and volunteers globally

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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Key Strategies FOR Advancing OBJECTIVE #2

To establish and train 4-H leaders/executives around a common set of principles and best practices.

  • Establish baseline standard operating procedures
    • Basic standards of governance and operation (board, fundraising, sustainable business framework) in order to strengthen organization & management capacity building
    • Visual identity principles and policies (brand framework and architecture)
  • Provide Executive Leadership couching and support for 4-H Professionals that will ensure consistency and quality across the 4-H network.
  • Test a Global 4-H Corps to offer training and expertise to build capacity and capability of 4-H programs.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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Key Strategies for Advancing OBJECTIVE #3

To recruit, prepare and support high quality PYD volunteers to serve 4-H programs.

  • Work with 4-H staff to develop and provide basic training for 4-H volunteers
  • Work with 4-H staff to recruit volunteers from the following sources:
  • In country partners and other NGOs

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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Key Strategies FOR Advancing OBJECTIVE #4

To engage influencers, multinationals and partners to advance the 4-H mission.

  • Launch non-U.S. PYD research to assess and demonstrate the effectiveness of the 4-H model.
  • Develop convening opportunities for 4-H programs and public and private partners
      • Forum to facilitate 4-H programs’ long term effectiveness in raising private and public funds to support mission work
      • Credibility enhancing opportunity
  • Formalize relationships with key partners to secure funds and advance 4-H goals.
  • Work with multinationals to develop fundable opportunities that advance 4-H mission and serve their philanthropic/business/employee engagement interests.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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4-H 2016 Global strategy

VISION

  • A sustainable and innovative global 4-H network will empower youth to reach their full potential.

OUTCOME

To build capacity to engage one million youth outside the U.S. with high quality positive youth development opportunities.

Metric: Reach and engage 1 million new youth in 4-H— grow from current 500,000 to 1.5 million by 2016.

GOALS

  • 1. To build capacity and capability of 4-H programs to reach youth with high quality positive youth development programs.
  • Metrics:
  • Number of 4-H Leaders trained
  • Number of resource bearing partnership formed
  • Evaluate virtual resources provided
  • Number of 4-H members engaged
  • Baseline SOPs established
  • 2. To increase awareness that positive youth development is THE solution to solving the world’s problems.
  • Metrics:
  • Global PYD Research
  • Number of strategic stakeholders engaged
  • Increased awareness and funding of PYD among “investors” and partners

OBJECTIVES

1. To connect 4-H programs, leaders, and volunteers so they may communicate effectively and efficiently with each other and access and share resources.

2. To establish and train 4-H leaders/executives around a common set of principles and best practices.

3. To recruit, prepare and support high quality PYD volunteers to serve 4-H programs.

4.To engage influencers, multinationals and partners to advance the 4-H mission.

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2013-2016

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4-H

Africa Strategy

2013-2016

4 h africa overview
4-H AFRICA OVERVIEW

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***4-K, Young Farmers Clubs, and Out of School Youth Groups combined. 4-K – 181,403; YFC – 40,285; OSYG – 111,412

****Two organizations were surveyed. Both are just emerging as 4-H entities, so data is combined.

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4-H AFRICA

4-H will equip 800,000 young people in Sub-Saharan Africa with the knowledge and skills needed for improved, sustainable livelihoods

4-H AFRICA STRATEGY: 2012-2014

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KEY STRATEGIES

Build 4-H country-led leadership capacities

Increase public and private investment in country-led 4-H programs through innovative partnerships

Establish knowledge systems that will provide 4-H and other organizations with access to high-quality agricultural information and resources.

4-H AFRICA STRATEGY: 2012-2014

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HUBS OF EXCELLENCE

4-H AFRICA STRATEGY: 2012-2014

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METRICS/IMPACT

  • Metrics #1 YOUTH REACH
  • Africa: 800,000 youth
  • (200,000 in African 4-H Network Countries; 600,000 youth in Place-Based countries)
  • Metrics #2 LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
  • Growth in partner support
    • Country programs secure new $25K annually
  • Develop Leadership Effectiveness
    • Permuy type of assessment

4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: FY 2014-2016