AFANT Committee sets its strategic direction
The committee of the Amateur Fishermen’s Association of the NT (AFANT) has released an updated strategic plan to set the agenda for the organisation into the future.
“AFANT is proud to release an updated strategic plan to ensure that the direction of AFANT now and into the future is addressing the needs of the Territory and recreational fishing community,” said AFANT President Warren de With.
“The AFANT Committee has developed the 2013 strategic plan after undertaking a review of the current AFANT operations and activities, reviewing previous AFANT development plans and giving consideration to AFANT‘s core business as well as seeking comments from members and the broader recreational fishing community.”
“In developing the plan the AFANT Committee has given careful consideration on where AFANT should be now and into in the future.”
“The new strategic plan highlights that the focus of the organisation in the future should be on following key strategic areas and these are reflected in the objectives and strategies of this plan:
“Recreational fishing is recognised as an important element of the lifestyle of many Territorians. It is a major drawcard bringing tourists to the NT and a significant contributor to our economy — it is now very much a large and important industry in its own right.”
“The AFANT strategic plan 2013 aims to ensure that such an important part of the Territory lifestyle is protected into the future.” Mr de With said.
Attached is the link to the AFANT Strategic Plan 2013 final
The previous AFANT Development Plan is available at the link below as a PDF document