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Monica Coke, Trustee, RAFFA

Monica Coke, has been appointed as a Trustee for RAFFA from 1st March 2014. Monica, has extensive experience within the regional development and voluntary sectors. Monica is also Vice-Chair of Princess Margaret Hospital (Jamaica) UK

Rudi Page, CEO, RAFFA, said, “Monica’s knowledge and insight will be of great value to the Board as we continue to transform the organisation to serve communities around the world”.

RAFFA Transformation: Passing the Baton – A Call to Action

RAFFA facilitates community empowerment;  reducing inequality by encouraging enterprise and increased productivity through social action amongst individuals.

We achieve this by working together with our international, regional and local partners.

RAFFA comprises a wide range of stakeholders.  It’s our job to ensure that future generations understand and share the lessons learned and the experienced gained.  Hence the foundation of the RAFFA Academy as a centre of learning and excellence for Leadership and Community Management.

There are significant strategic challenges ahead that we must address in order to integrate Passing the Baton with the everyday working of stakeholders.

2014 will be a busy and exciting year with a series of community dialogues taking place with an “all voices must be heard” approach.  By working together we can achieve integrated and empowered communities, fit for 21st century, based on the seven key RAFFA priorities :

Priority 1:
Business and Enterprise
Priority 2:
Health and Well-being
Priority 3:
International Development
Priority 4:
Leadership and Community Management
Priority 5:
Learning and Skills
Priority 6:
Volunteering for Social Action
Priority 7:
Youth:

We look forward to your hearing all voices on how to best achieve our shared goals and objectives.

Rudi Page, CEO
RAFFA International Development Agency
e: rudi@raffa.org.uk

Angela Clarke, National Director, RAFFA

 Angela Clarke, has been appointed as National Executive Director for RAFFA, from 1st March 2014, with responsibilities for Fundraising, JSTAR Youth, Passing the Baton, Safeguarding and RAFFA Academy programmes throughout all regions.

A qualified Clinician and Social Health Care specialist with over twenty years experience in the management and delivery of Social and Clinical Services. A qualified Psychologist and Psychotherapist has provided training and consultancy in the Public and Private sector at national and international levels.

Rudi Page, CEO, RAFFA, said, “Angela, has proven that knowledge and skills gained in the public and private sectors can be transfered and inspire communities and young people within our neighbourhoods.

For more information: angela@raffa.org.uk

RAFFA PHILIPPINES APPEAL 2013


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TYPHOON HAIYAN NOV 2013 Information Release

 

18 November 2013

Information Release

 

TYPHOON HAIYAN

RAFFA International Development Agency, proposed activities will focus on community renewal programmes within the area of Northern Cebu.

This is a sea coast community who have lost homes, schools, businesses and civic amenities. A local resident in Northern Cebu has informed RAFFA, that their priority is on rebuilding their homes and livelihoods. This request is aligned with RAFFA’s Mission to facilitate community empowerment and encourage enterprise.

Benigno “Noy Noy” Aquino III, The President of Philippines said, there will be a  need for “communities helping each other” and International NGOs have stated, “this is a relief operation with no clear end in sight“.

Rudi Page, CEO,
RAFFA International Development Agency

For more information:
e: admin@raffa.org.uk w: www.raffa.org.uk Registered Charity No. 1123089



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