“A democratic, just, peaceful, educated and inclusive society”
“To promote and protect democracy and democratic institutions for the rule of law, access to justice, peace & harmony, human rights, literacy and good governance”
LRF aims to work both on demand and supply side:
Strategic plan of LRF defines its strategy, or direction, and makes decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy. LRF has passed through a very struggling and learning phase so far and it has done a tremendous job to serve the development sector and enter into the core circle of civil society organizations. So far, LRF has earned a good name and has a good impression among policy makers as well as many of its partners in the development sector. LRF, however, has a lot to improve by taking advantage of its strengths and by mitigating its weaknesses gradually in a due course of time. LRF plans to develop and transform itself into an institution based on well define Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and its investment in competent core team who help improve its institutional building and enhances its sustainability.
In the backdrop of this realization, the key guiding strategic goals of LRF for the period of 2018-2022 are simple but very dynamic and progressive. These are:
In order to achieve above mentioned strategic goals of LRF, following actions are planned for next five years from 2018-2022: