PLT 24 April 2017 ( Partnership Mapping and MOU - Lindlyn (Questions: …
PLT 24 April 2017
Partnership Mapping and MOU - Lindlyn
Got request from board to do partnership analysis / mapping. Working with communities / partners is part of our strategy . Who are theese partners = Toko and Lin back to drawing board. Based building push. Before June = SMT because smt staff retreat = 5 June and this requires presenting at the retreat.
19:00 How to do this / strategy = Agreed on the various thematic strands, then map the partners potential and map? into local nation and regional. Giving time to look at it and also look at political draft. develop a partnership programme / process. difference between local and international MOU. Should we look at the different thematic strands including mou docs. Same partners may form different thematics / maps. Need to look at time line and see how best to layout as teams as well as individuals. Partners might be different. Look at you r projects in the long term as well.
Questions: One project = different partner on diff level e.g research, financial. How will we put this into practice? Will MOU be sent to every partner, will every partner be required in every project. 2. What is the intention of submitting to the Board? They want ot understand what we mean by Partner and how they can assist us with their expertise and this is really for our work and to be informed.
+- 28:00 Normally MOU gives guidance for future projects. Consider that a lot of expectations will be raised with partners, we need to consider how we will put into practical. Have a project in
Emphasis: look at partners in phases. Policy strategy: which partners do you want to take with you throughout your campaign? Partners will inform the MOU process / policy and will not be concluded until we are clear on the partners.
There are different interpretations of what the MOU is. Gentelmans agreement and less red tape to avoid putting too much onto partners and pushing them away
32:00 Write up as discussed by and within teams . 1st check-in Deadline 8 May at Next PLT have at least one of the thematic strands to discuss then final document on 22 May have a full MOU. Include (what SIDD said)
Fundraising Partners = Both internal and External partners who help FR to achieve their work.
While doing this mou excercise it will really inform every team 40:00
Project Rolling Out and Plans - Toko and Lindlyn
What are the steps we need to take?
By Nov 2017 = 2018 Planning should start
Project pitch process by Sept 2017
Issues to be resloved: Proj Man proces, Proj Team composition, Proj Design Process, resource allocaton, prioritisation criteria
Face to Face = 24 - 28 July 2017 Venue to be confirmed = Cameroon as 1st choice. South Africa 2nd choice.
Who will Celehte work with logistically? Shoana and Sylvie? Yaounde .
Start planning and calendar
Questions: 52:00 Look at GPI proj as model for GPAf projects. Use of the tools within the project design. Will we get trainers to do presentation? They have many tools we can easily use.
Calendar: Wrapping up ship tour in May
Strategy Updates (including updates from FFL meeting in Nairobi) – Lindlyn
GREI work proposal was rejected. Needs to go back to the drawing board
Lin and Penny been working closely on how to improve on the GREI proposal. Meeting will be held with C&E team to flesh out more
Questions: Put on hold indefinitely? Going back to drawing board, flesh out and then discuss again. Malawi has been removed from the proposal. Looking at other parts where GP will be proposed.
Non GREI will be implemented through GPAf
Extensive discussions during Board Meetings.
Urgent FFL Meeting in FFL last week in Kenya
Comfortable with decision made. Camp manager to be hired as well as campaigner, political adviser, comms,
Strategic direction: Agree on streamlining and on how to move forward with Lake Vic.
Strat has two strands: Scandall and recilience. 3 year plan from production side. Lake Vic cannot be done in short term as anticipated. Identifiying with media hot spots to camp around issue. Resilience work will be focuse on this year. 3 yp looking specifically at counties post election work to continue and scandals. 2 ideas in Kenya, .... Livestock - Brics countries. Water scarcity also forms part of the resileince work
Resolute - Toko
Hellen in Kenya is leading
Trying to engage with authors = Brainedstorming list = deadline Wed 26 April 2017 . Produce Photo book. Brainstoriming dicussion = opp to connect to our work in the forests. Working around the messaging and how to output into an African context. Will circulate electronically to get teams input.
Def: Slap suit between GPUS and Canada. Why have we chosen to prioritse Resolute? International, Clear strategic value around the corporate. Action: Toko recirculate the document to PLT. Lindlyn = circulate document / breakdown shared in PD group.
Master Fundraising Proposal Payment - Fundraising
All camps managers given their input. finalising before submitting to Njeri. Will show PLT before it goes to final print.
Next Quarter Calendar Roll Out - Toko
Action: All members please interrogate the calendar and give Toko clarity on final dates and pushes to update.
Members present: Lindlyn Moma, Toko Tomita, Penny-Jane Cooke, Diana Waters, Stefan Blignaut, Sidd Sreenivas, Irene wabiwa, Thembi Buthelezi, Ibrahmia Cisse, Victorine Che Thöner, Celehte Wymers
AOB: Welcome Sidd . When not able to join PLT and nominating someone to join on your behalf, please inform both this person as well as the PLT. Add necessary for discussion agenda items when they get sent out days ahead of meeting.