One of the core principles underlying the Five-Year Plan is the concept of collective action. Drawing upon theories and formulations from diverse social sciences such as psychology, sociology, political science, and economics, collective action represents the collaborative efforts of a group of people working together to enhance their surroundings and achieve a common objective. The RHA firmly believes that by embracing collective action, we can create a powerful force for progress and overcome challenges in their pursuit of shared goals.
At its very core, the Five-Year Plan serves as a roadmap towards a brighter future. It provides a strategic framework that guides the RHA’s decision-making processes, resource allocation, and collaborative endeavors. By outlining seventeen goals, seventeen strategic and foundational objectives, and twenty-one initiatives, the plan encapsulates the agency’s multifaceted approach to effecting positive change and improving the lives of residents and the community as a whole.