A global alumni strategy for Raleigh International.
They needed to find ways to connect these disparate individuals and communities, allowing them to self-organise and continue to engage with and support the organisation after their initial involvement has ended.
Drawing from the youth participation and development principles of the World Bank / DFID, we undertook detailed analysis of alumni experience and compared it to best practice across relevant youth engagement projects.
Our research and findings were synthesised into a series of strategic recommendations and developed into a fully costed business case which was presented to and approved by Raleigh International’s board.
We subsequently produced key messages, content and digital communications guidance that went into a toolkit that was disseminated across RI’s global alumni network.
Gavin Salmon – Director of Programme Funding, Raleigh International