City of Windhoek presses ahead with strategic review at Swakopmund

The City of Windhoek is pressing ahead with plans to hold a five-day strategic review and budget planning session from 15 to 19 April at Swakopmund, despite calls to do it locally and cut costs.

This was confirmed in a statement released by City of Windhoek spokesperson Lydia Amutenya on Sunday.

The session is aimed at evaluating the progress and challenges encountered in the implementation of the municipality’s strategic plan 2022-2027, while also preparing for the 2024/25 financial year.

“The session signifies a critical juncture in our city’s strategic planning process, and it will be attended by the members of council and the executive team,” said Amutenya.

According to the statement, this annual review holds immense significance, as it allows the municipality to assess its achievements, successes and challenges in executing its strategic plan.

Aligning strategic objectives and budgetary allocations essential for crafting strategies and solutions to optimise efforts in meeting goals can be done by identifying and addressing issues, noted the statement.

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