The Fermanagh and Omagh 2030 Community Plan uses an Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA) framework to identify outcomes and actions, and measure the success against both. There are 6 outcomes; progress is measured against the outcomes using ‘population indicators’. These are high quality, reliable data sources that reflect the conditions of the whole population within Fermanagh and Omagh. They are how to know if progress is being made against the outcomes in the plan. Thus, they are long-term in nature. There are 38 indicators in the Fermanagh and Omagh 2030 Community Plan. These indicators were established in 2017 and updated in 2019/20.

The Population Indicators for each outcome are displayed below, alongside trend analysis to identify if the indicator is moving in the ‘right’ (desired) direction, the wrong direction or not changed.

Please note that the approach taken and indicators are a long term in nature. Therefore, whilst a ‘trend’ is provided, it is indicative only. Therefore, the Fermanagh and Omagh 2030 Community Plan cannot accept credit for indicators that are moving in the right direction nor accept responsibility for indicators that are moving in the wrong direction.

This work was undertaken in 2021. It will next be updated in 2023.

Outcome 1: Our people are health and well – physically, mentally and emotionally

Outcome 2: Older people lead more independent, engaged and socially connected lives

Outcome 3: Our communities are inclusive, safe, resilient and empowered

Outcome 4: Our people have the best start in life with lifelong opportunities to fulfil their potential

Outcome 5: Our economy is thriving, expanding and outward looking

Outcome 6: Our outstanding and culturally rich environment is cherished, sustainably managed and appropriately accessible

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