Presented by the Community Health Training Institute
Topics: ABC‚Äôs of Sustainability Planning, role of stakeholders, use of sustainability template tool
Description: Sustainability is a key component of any successful project. It is the continued, consistent implementation of effective prevention policies, strategies, and practices. Ideally, sustainability is a part of any planning process or program from the very beginning, adaptable to changes in funding, leadership and community structure. But how is sustainability achieved? During this training participants will be introduced to the many facets of sustainability including sustaining strategies, outcomes, partnerships, and coalition infrastructure. Participants will join in an interactive case study of a coalition going through a sustainability process to learn the ABC’s of sustainability planning.
Audience: Coalition leaders and partners planning or in the process of implementing community health initiatives, including policy and systems change.
Learning Objectives: Participants completing this training will be able to:
NETWORKING LUNCH: There will be an optional brown bag lunch prior to this training session for the participants from both the morning and afternoon trainings. Please remember to bring your own lunch if you choose to participate.
ACCOMMODATION: If you are in need of accomodation of any kind, please feel welcome to discuss with Maia Rodriguez-Semp. She may be reached at:
[email protected]¬†or 617-279-2228.