The goal of the IRC - Water For People alliance is, by 2030, to serve 20 million people locally, reach 200 million nationally and influence change for 2 billion people globally.
|Title||Destination 2030 : long-term vision and 10-year strategy|
|Publication Type||Briefing Note|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Authors||IRC, Water for People|
|Pagination||v, 19 p. : 5 fig., 2 tab.|
|Publisher||IRC and Water For People|
|Place Published||The Hague, the Netherlands and Denver, CO, USA|
|Keywords||alliances, partnerships, strategies, theories of change, vision|
Destination 2030 (D30) is the shared vision and strategy of IRC and Water For People for how they will work for the delivery of safe water and sanitation services to everyone at community and country level, and in the global development arena. The goal of the alliance is, by 2030, to serve 20 million people locally, reach 200 million nationally and influence change for 2 billion people globally. After formulating the challenge to the meet the Sustainable Development Goals. the document describes the formulates the D30 vision. Based on the alliance's theory of change, it then outlines the strategy's desired outcomes and impact targets, while also looking at its business model. Destination 2030 is also available in French and Spanish.
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