[CoAR: Strategy development ]
The Afghan NGO CoAR is involving their staff and partners in formulation of a new 5 year strategy, to be facilitated by CMI. The process will take into account the increasingly challenging politican and security environment they operate in. This pose challenges to ensecure access to many areras, to have an open communication with intended beneficiaries and communities and to ensure the required quality in their monitoring and evaluation processes.
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