20thJan

GOALS & STRATEGIES, FISCAL YEAR 2020

Goal #1: Raise N 35 million ($96551.72) in annual revenue which will enable us to maintain and expand our humanitarian services across board.

Strategy: Increase awareness of the Food Bank and its activities; grant sourcing and partnerships, solicit support from corporate organizations and the civil society; Organize food charity events; Implement a more robust Management System and portfolio structure for multi-revenue channels; Build cause marketing infrastructure; Utilize volunteer and other industry expertise.

Capacity to Achieve Goal: Staff; Volunteer consultants and Board member contacts, and general networking.

Measurement of Achievement of Goals: Tracking of financial and accounting reports, portfolios, etc; Ensure compliance with Corporate Affairs Commission requirements regarding Returns and Audit.

Goal #2: Reach at least 500,000 (Five hundred thousand) persons consisting mainly of indigent families, children, widows and the aged and most vulnerable in society.

Strategy: Develop and maintain food donor relations with particular emphasis on corporate partnerships and philanthropists.

Capacity to Achieve Goals: Recover and distribute food items through utilization of our Food Bank infrastructure.

Measurement of Achievement:  Monthly and quarterly tracking of received donations of food items and monthly distribution reports.

Goal #3: Increase food supply and refine distribution strategies.

Strategy: Increase the amount of food we acquire and serve by 15%, Increase agricultural donations, acquire at least one 30-seater Coaster Buses and two refrigerated trucks to help with movement, logistics and distribution of food, develop and build at least two food pantries and community hubs, build a warehouse of 3500 sq meters for receiving, sorting, repacking, storage and loading facilities.

Capacity to Achieve Goals: Staff; Volunteer consultants and Board member contacts and general networking.

Measurement of Achievement:   Monthly and quarterly tracking of received donations of food items and monthly distribution reports.

Goal #4: Strengthen programs that serve children and women.

Strategy: Expand and refine the EDUFOOD Program to reach at least 1,000 children, expand and refine the NUMEPLAN Program to reach at least 300 beneficiaries, secure financial and food resources from donors and partners for long-term sustainability.

Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food Bank staff, Professional Volunteers like dieticians, nutritionist, doctors,Primary Health Care officers and Community Leaders.

Measurement of Achievement:Number of children and women enrolled in the EDUFOOD and NUMEPLAN programs respectively and number of women and children with improved nutritional status.

Goal #5: Establish and sustain partner agency networks.

Strategy: Establish proactive new agency recruitment and support, establish Agency mentoring program in Lagos and other parts of Nigeria, register at least 5 partner agencies and new food bank initiatives, provide seed grants to start up food bank initiatives.

Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food Bank staff, Volunteer consultants and Board member contacts and general networking.

Measurement of Achievement: Quarterly tracking of partner agencies and new food bank initiatives.

Goal #6: Develop and strengthen nutrition and health education.Strategy: Strategically use social and behavior change communication (SBCC) to improve positive healthy outcomes of beneficiaries, increase the awareness of the impact of hidden hunger, develop nutrition education programs (NEP) focused on maternal and child health.Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food Bank staff, Professional Volunteers like dieticians, nutritionist,doctors, Primary Health Care officers and Community Leaders.Measurement of Achievement: Quarterly tracking of beneficiaries through Professional Volunteers to evaluate improvements or otherwise on the nutritional status of the beneficiaries.

Goal #7: Strengthen programs that improve economic status of beneficiaries.

Strategy: Expand and refine the family farming program, by connecting at least 100 beneficiaries to agricultural partners, seed distributors and fertilizer distributors; expand and refine the Job placement program, by connecting beneficiaries to various industries where their skills will be need, provide seed funding to beneficiaries for SMEs.

Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food Bank staff, Volunteers and Community leaders.

Measurement of Achievement: Feedback from at least 50 beneficiaries who have been successfully empowered.

Goal #8: To reach over 20 non-profit organizations like orphanage homes and supply them with basicnecessaries; Empower new food banks Initiatives with food items and technical support for outreaches and projects.

Strategy: Interface with public and private corporations, faith-based organizations and related bodies; organize interactive social events involving a coalition of various orphanages and charities.

Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food bank resources, staff expertise and a strong LFBI volunteer base.
Measurement of Achievement: Quarterly assessment of feedback from beneficiary NGOs.

Goal #9: Implement Lagos Social Welfare Initiative.

Strategy: Work with Partner Agencies and corporations, grant sourcing, working with government, community leaders in undeserved slums or local governments to develop a coordinated and vibrant Social Welfare system.

Capacity:Administrative Food Bank staff, volunteers and board members.

Measurement:Feedback of Partners and donors; Successful distribution of welfare package to seniors and children.

Goal #10:Achieve 70% donations towards our daily/monthly food relief intervention programs.

Strategy:Work aggressively to increase awareness for food donations.

Capacity: Volunteers, Lagos Food Bank Administrative staff.
Measurement : Zero expenses on food purchase at the local

 

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