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PAX ROMANA CENTRAL COORDINATING COUNCIL

PROPOSED MISSION

The Pax Romana Central Coordinating Council commits itself to sustain active dynamic partnership with the university and work with the association of national and international organizations promoting peace through various activities.

PROPOSED VISION

The Pax Romana Central Coordinating Council envisions itself to have an established affiliation with other academic entities in the promotion of peace to students and receive an outstanding recognition from international organizations advocating peace.

OBJECTIVES

1. To engage and support projects and programs of international organizations that gives recognition to peace advocacy
2. To initiate student peace awareness organizations through the established collaboration with academic entities of other Dominican institutions
3. To further continue the Catholic faith experience of students through involvement in activities committed to their love, faith and hope for peace

STUDENT ORGANIZATION’S STRATEGIC PLAN FOR AY 2014-2017

Objectives
Key Result Area
KRA
Key Performance Indicator
KPI
Strategy
Target

2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Objective 1. To engage and support projects and programs of international organizations that gives recognition to peace advocacy

KRA 1.1. To linked with international Pax Romana Organizations to engage in and support projects and programs with peace advocacies

1.1.1. Number of projects and programs (each) student is involved in
The Pax Roamana CCC will establish international peace advocacy by partnering the organization with other student religious organizations in the University of Santo Tomas and other leading universities of the country
Development of programs of international peace advocacy
Further improvement of the programs to be aligned with the visions of the university
Recognized and proven programs of the organization with the support of the university

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