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Executive strategies

Capacity for stakeholder participation and voluntary cooperation with the institute
– Interest of groups active in civil society and charities to support the vulnerable
– Benefit from a strong and comprehensive network of government communications
– Membership in the national network of charities and non-governmental organizations
– Benefiting from the network of volunteers of other non-governmental organizations
-Activity in 11 provinces of the country and maximum coverage of services
-Trust of higher institutions in professional performance and financial transparency of the institution
-Utilization of social responsibility budgets in Interaction with the capital market and industry
-Exploitation of entrepreneurial capacities and social job creation
-Exploitation of efficient and effective international communication network
-Has a special UN advisory authority
-Membership in the international network “Edna”
-Having a well-known social brand in the field of humanitarian services
-Creating bilateral interaction with embassies based in Iran
-Creating a platform for multilateral cooperation with institutions International Act In this field
– Possibility of promotion from National Organization to International Non-Governmental Organization
– Utilization of professional and experienced human resources in the form of experts and volunteers
– Full acquaintance Human resources of the institute with cultural and ideological differences of interest groups
-Exploitation of work environment based on teamwork and creativity
-Exploitation of motivational and welfare systems
-Exploitation of budget capacities In order to provide humanitarian services
– Having financial and operational transparency
– Attracting and training young and creative people in national and international community-based projects
– Possibility of creating export markets and sales network National Institute-based products