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  • How can you achieved strategy and planing in your organization

    Following their Theory of Change planning sessions, NAMA Foundation had some hard decisions to make. NAMA Foundation’s CEO, Dr. Saleh Bazead Saleh Mubarak, put it this way:

    “If you have a Theory of Change, you have to follow it. If you follow it, you may end up removing a lot of your current programs. You may discover that many of your programs are out of scope. You have to be brave to cut.

    "People will complain. But if you want [your organization] to work well, you will have to continue.”

    Ultimately, this meant that some popular programs were cut. A limit was set on the number of beneficiaries which the foundation would focus on for the next few years. The remaining beneficiaries, however, would receive a renewed focus.

    NAMA Foundation is still in the process of realigning their programs with their Theory of Change. They are investigating which of their existing programs should be strengthened or revised; which programs should be cut; and which new programs should be devised. Each of these changes requires major planning and coordination from the whole team.

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