Location: Kunduz, Afghanistan.
Date: 7th and 8th Feb 2024
Photo Credits: NSDO Team. ©

Activity Description:

The New Way Social and Development Organization (NSDO) convened a two-day workshop on February 7th and 8th, 2024, bringing together its nationwide teams and representatives from international and non-governmental organizations (I/NGOs) in Kunduz city. This intensive gathering focused on lessons learned, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT analysis), and the development of a strategic plan that will guide NSDO’s operations for the next three years (2024-2026).

Engaging in Strategic Dialogue: The workshop facilitated open and productive dialogue, enabling participants to collectively analyze NSDO’s past achievements, current challenges, and future aspirations. By delving into holistic approaches and long-term programming, the team solidified its commitment to Humanitarian, institutional, and sustainable development.

Sharing Insights and Building Synergies: The diverse representation at the workshop fostered valuable knowledge exchange and partnership building. By collaborating with I/NGO partners, NSDO gained wider perspectives and identified strategic synergies for impactful collaborations in the years to come.

Key Outcomes:

  • Comprehensive SWOT analysis: A clear understanding of NSDO’s internal strengths and weaknesses, alongside external opportunities, and threats, provides a solid foundation for strategic decision-making.
  • Actionable strategic plan: The collaboratively developed plan outlines NSDO’s key goals, objectives, and implementation strategies for the next three years.
  • Enhanced partnerships: The workshop strengthened relationships with I/NGO partners, paving the way for future joint initiatives and collaborative efforts.

NSDO remains committed to:

  • Transparency and accountability: The organization values open communication and will share updates on its strategic progress with stakeholders.
  • Collaboration and partnership: NSDO recognizes the power of collective action and seeks to build strong partnerships with I/NGOs, donors, and all relevant stakeholders.
  • Holistic and sustainable development: The organization remains dedicated to its core principles of promoting long-term, impactful solutions for a brighter future.

NSDO invites stakeholders and potential partners to engage in dialogue and explore opportunities for collaboration. Together, we can build a more equitable and sustainable future for Afghans.

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