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  • Third Orientation Programme begins in Ghana

    The opening ceremony of the third Orientation Programme took place in Tamale, Ghana, on Sunday 17th of September 2017. It was Read More
  • Advanced Skills Training Programme underway in India

    The Advanced Skills Training (AST) program is underway and in a different place from the Orientation Program. In preparation, Sunil and Read More
  • Three Novices In India

    Our entry into the noviciate was done without much fanfare from the day of our arrival into Bhopal on June 21st. Read More
  • Visit of CLT to Taizé

    The Congregation Leadership Team has spent the first week of August in the ecumenical community of Brothers at Taizé in France. Read More
  • The Network of Callan Services

    Many Edmund Rice people are involved in a network bringing various community-based services to persons with disabilities accross Papua New Guinea. Read More
  • Four New Communities in Zambia

    "Our Way into the Future" has taken another important step. Brothers are setting up four new communities in Western Province, Zambia. Read More
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Our strategic developent framework articulates our vision to 2020.

Edmund Rice Mission focuses on the liberation of people and communities. Edmund Rice, inspired by Jesus, responded to the marginalised of his time. Today, through compassionate presence and seeking mutual transformation, Edmund Rice Mission promotes human rights and fullness of life for all, especially those made poor.

Our work is shaped by the UN Sustainable Development Goals which you can read more about by clicking on the graphic below.
SDGs

Our way into the future enables four integrated strategic priorities that build the capacity of people and communities through

  • Compassionate Presence - We walk in solidarity with those with whom we live and work, especially those made poor.
  • Community Engagement - We work together with local communities to identify priority needs and long term solutions. We build relationships for mutual transformation.
  • Education - Building on our 200 years experience in education and schools, we liberate people through formal and informal quality education. 
  • Advocacy - We are active in advocating for human rights and the environment from the local through to the global, including through UN mechanisms.

The Way We Work:

  • Presence - Being with
  • Engagement - Respectful, active listening
  • Collaboration - Working connectedly
  • Prayerful Reflection - Transformation
  • Celebration - Sharing and valuing

Our focus: To acheive these strategic priorities, we are

  • Improving capacity in formation, leadership development, succession planning, training, mentoring and sharing our diverse cultures and wisdom.
  • Increasing communictions and building financial sustainability through sharing best-practice, engaging more people and diversifying funding
  • Achieving sustainable outcomes through improved planning, policies, structures and processes

Strategic Development Framework

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