Strategic Priorities and Plan
Enriching, Expanding, Extending
In 2016, the board of Asia's Hope identified three priorities that will form the basis of our strategic planning for the next 5 to 10 years. These priorities demonstrate our belief that God has given us a uniquely successful model for family-style orphan care, and is offering us a leadership role that will affect not only the lives of the children at Asia's Hope, but vulnerable children around the world. These priorities are:
Enriching the lives of existing Asia's Hope kids and staff
To ensure that each Asia’s Hope child is given the opportunity to emerge from our care an educated and equipped individual empowered to serve their family of origin, their community and country, and the church with their uniquely realized talents and spiritual gifts, we must generously fund university and vocational training scholarships, increase caregiver training and provide additional support staff.
Expanding the number of children in our care
To support the addition of new homes, new staff members and new initiatives, we must build our organizational capacity, adding key communications, finance, and programming capabilities. We must pursue new funding partners and new funding models to ensure the longterm financial viability of a larger organization.
Extending our model of care to future generations
To extend the promise of indigenous-run, family style care to future generations of children inside our organization and beyond, we must free up our existing leaders, promote or hire younger leaders and invest in the development of the leaders of tomorrow. We must also develop materials and venues that will allow us to advocate for our model and train practitioners, administrators and funders to replicate Asia's Hope's successes in communities serving vulnerable children around the globe.