PARC actively seeks to broaden and deepen partnerships with governmental and non-governmental organizations. PARC believes that the establishment of strong cooperative relationships between governmental and non-governmental organizations is important in influencing policy making and is the stepping stone for future cooperation in other areas, while inter-NGO cooperation provides tremendous development synergies.
PARC has succeeded in establishing joint programs with a number of local organizations working in rural areas and others concerned with legal, social, cultural, and environmental awareness programs. PARC has worked with about 100 local organizations specialized in agriculture, health, training, education and research, as well as eight universities and high schools.Such arrangements have provided PARC the opportunity to gain new experience and helped defray the costs of some of the activities undertaken by the organization.
PARC coordinates its programs with dozens of international organizations working in Palestine and participates in joint projects and activities in order to avoid duplication of efforts. PARC has not only managed to strengthen its relationships with international organizations through such efforts, but it has also profited from the exchange of information and experiences that take place in the process to improve its administrative and financial performance.
While continuing to pursue its strategic objectives, PARC plans to respond to the immediate needs of its beneficiaries.The work that will be carried out by PARC in the years to come will be focused, however, on the development of agricultural and rural infrastructure by a noticeable increase in volunteerism and grassroots participation. In addition, we will emphasize evaluating our performance and measuring our successes through the use of comprehensive PM&E techniques and the deployment of a management information system.