Kyeema’s 2021-2026 Strategic Plan– broadening our scope to support innovation and enrich lives
We are delighted to announce our new Strategic Plan for 2021-2026. After year-long consultations, and with much gratitude to our hard-working staff and volunteers, we are proud to share the future direction of Kyeema.
A new vision and mission, same motivation
Kyeema believes in a world where partnerships catalyse innovation and enrich lives. Our mission is working together to improve the health and prosperity of marginalised communities and their environments.
A new scope of work
Our work on improved village chicken keeping and sustainable Newcastle disease control remains core for our country programs in Mozambique, Ethiopia, Malawi and Papua New Guinea under focus area 1 “Nutrition, Health and Livelihoods”.
The new Strategic Plan broadens our portfolio to include two new focus areas: focus area 2 “Resilient Communities” will support local partners to address locally identified challenges and focus area 3 “Innovation” will catalyse innovative and inclusive solutions for scale. We plan to expand activities with new partnerships across specific areas including small-scale livestock development, ecosystem restoration and climate change action, scaling inclusive technology and innovation.
Partnership for catalysing innovation and enriching lives
Under our strategic partnership with Palladium, three new corporate funding mechanisms for social impact will be jointly implemented – ‘Challenge Fund’, ‘Our Communities Fund’ and Humanitarian Relief Fund’. Palladium commits 1.5% of the company’s pre-tax profit to fund development activities in the countries in which it operates. Corporate staff volunteer their time and skills as ‘Kyeema Champions’ to identify and promote potential activities to support. They will have the opportunity to connect meaningfully with the impacts for project communities in countries where they live and work. Kyeema will oversee project management and impact reporting across all projects and programs with best practice sustainable and equitable development approaches.
‘One Health and Welfare’ approach
Kyeema will continue to work with a ‘One Health and One Welfare’ approach – a collaborative systems approach to using more sustainable, equitable practices particularly in the areas of health, agriculture and economic development. The goal for all our projects and activities is to support healthier people, animals and environments using shared systems and resources.
We impact the lives of thousands of people annually – in the last 4 years we have reached over 60, 000 people with our projects. By becoming a monthly donor, you will be helping us to reach more people. Your important contribution will help to build the health and prosperity of marginalised communities and their environments.
Donations made for our programs in Papua New Guinea, Malawi and Ethiopia will be combined with funding from the Australian Government. We have committed to contribute $1 for every $5 we receive from the Australian government. Your donation will allow us to extend our reach in these countries.