PLEDGE P2392

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Proposed Evaluation Criteria : - All Pacific National Societies will have up to date statutes by 2015
- All Pacific National Societies will work on increasing awareness of their auxiliary status with their governments and will utilise this status to achieve their strategic goals

- All Pacific National Societies will have participated in the Pacific Governance Enhancement Programme by 2015

- All Pacific National Societies will have a strategic plan in place by 2015

- All Pacific National Societies will have up to date audits and annual reports by 2015

- All Pacific National Societies will be in a position to upload information on the seven indicators in the Federation databank


Pledge text : Pacific National Societies recognise that each National Society is responsible for its own sustainable development and growth. Moving towards financial sustainability is an important objective for small island Pacific National Societies.

Building stronger National Societies in the Pacific focuses on developing core capacities in particular those relating to legal base, auxiliary status, governance, strategic and operational
planning, financial and human resource management including volunteer development, resource mobilisation, programme design and management.

By building their core capacities, Pacific National Societies will ensure they are able to respond to the needs in their communities and contribute to community resilience. This will reduce the vulnerability of communities to disasters, environmental degradation, climate change and public health challenges.  


Pacific National Societies will exchange knowledge and expertise and where appropriate contribute financial resources. International cooperation should be tailored to the context of each National Society, must contribute to developing the capacities and autonomy of the National Society and should be based on the principles outlined in the Movements Code of Good Partnership.