Social Impact Project for Developping RAWISE first "Five-Year Strategic Plan"

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Project Description and Impact

The development of RAWISE's first Five-Year Strategic Plan is crucial for the organization's growth and sustainability. RAWISE, as a young association focusing on empowering women in science and engineering, requires a strategic roadmap to guide its activities, initiatives, and decision-making processes over the next five years. This strategic plan will serve as a blueprint for achieving RAWISE's mission, vision, and goals effectively and efficiently.

The background of the project stems from the need to align RAWISE's efforts with its long-term objectives and address current challenges and opportunities. As RAWISE continues to expand its reach and impact, having a strategic plan becomes essential to ensure organizational coherence, focus, and alignment with stakeholders' expectations.

Support for developing RAWISE's first Five-Year Strategic Plan is needed to bring together key stakeholders, including members, partners, and experts, to collectively define RAWISE's strategic direction. This support will facilitate strategic planning workshops, consultations, and data analysis to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT analysis) that will inform the strategic priorities and goals.

Furthermore, the strategic plan will provide a clear roadmap for resource allocation, capacity building, program development, and performance monitoring. It will also guide RAWISE in identifying potential funding opportunities, partnerships, and collaborations to sustain and enhance its impact in promoting gender equality and empowerment in STEM fields.

Overall, support for developing RAWISE's first Five-Year Strategic Plan is crucial to ensure the organization's long-term success, relevance, and positive impact on women in science and engineering across Africa.

Learning Opportunity

The experteer would benefit by applying their strategic planning skills to a meaningful organization, shaping the future direction of RAWISE, and gaining valuable experience in nonprofit management.


This project accepts virtual experteers.

About the Hosting Organization

Rwandan Association for Women in Science and Engineering (RAWISE) is a Non-profit working on Education, Information Technology (IT), Professional Training & Coaching, Research.


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