ADALYA drafted the Strategic Plan in 3 main phases:
Phase A – Identifying the key factors of Bedouins’ low socio-economic status and wellbeing. ADALYA conducted an extensive survey of the current state of affairs in the Bedouin population, the obstacles, and barriers that this population faces. The 3 key issues which were identified are Income & Employment, Education, and Municipal Service Levels.
Phase B – Defining the path to tackling these key issues and setting concrete goals. One of the main principles in defining the path was setting measurable goals to be achieved within 5 years.
Phase C – Helping the MoA draft a new government resolution focused on the Bedouin society. During this phase, position papers were prepared and many meetings with relevant government agencies were held, in order to discuss the budget and measures necessary to achieve the stated objectives of the program.
The strategic plan drafted by ADALYA formed the basis for the new governmental resolution number 2397 regarding the socioeconomic development of the Negev Bedouin population (2017-2021)
This resolution can be found here