CVTL’s PMER Team Conducts Comprehensive Mid-Year Review Session

Dili, 4 July 2024 – The Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting (PMER) team of the Cruz Vermelha de Timor-Leste (CVTL) held a crucial one-day session to review the organization’s six-month progress at the CVTL National Headquarters. This gathering saw the participation of various CVTL departments, aiming to enhance the organization’s effectiveness and strategic planning.

The session commenced with an opening presentation by the Secretary General of CVTL, who set the tone for the day by emphasizing the significance of the mid-year achievements. Each department then took the stage to present their key accomplishments and updates through the Indicator Tracking Table (ITT), providing a comprehensive overview of their progress and milestones reached over the past six months.

Active participation characterized the event, with 22 attendees (7 women and 15 men) engaging in discussions, posing numerous questions, offering suggestions, and making recommendations. This collaborative environment fostered a productive dialogue on how to address challenges and leverage opportunities for further improvement in the coming months.

The Secretary General highlighted the importance of the six-month review, stating, “Measuring our achievements at this point is crucial for understanding our progress and identifying areas where we can strive to be even better in the future.” His remarks underscored the session’s role in driving continuous improvement and strategic growth within CVTL.

The successful execution of this session was made possible through the support of the Australian Red Cross (ARC), whose funding facilitated this significant organizational exercise. The PMER team’s dedication to thorough planning, monitoring, and evaluation reflects CVTL’s commitment to transparency, accountability, and ongoing development.

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