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Following Up (After the Meeting Ends…)

After the meeting, it is important for the coordinator to send out meeting information, such as minutes, key decisions, or trainings/events, in a timely manner.

COVID-19

Due to growing concerns around the COVID-19 virus and out of an abundance of caution, MNCASA office staff will work remotely from March 16, 2020…

Running the Meeting (Facilitating)

So you have created an agenda and figured out the time and place (as discussed in previous blogs). Now it is time for the meeting!…

Setting up the Meeting (Logistics)

In addition to a purposeful agenda that we talked about in last week’s blog, SART meetings benefit from having planning around the meeting logistics. This…

2020 Blogs: Part 3

Fatima Jayoma | Rural Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Happy Wednesday! This week, we will be posting the links to blogs from September 2020 –…

Planning for the Meeting (Agenda and Goals)

Much of the work of a coordinator is done behind the scenes. Before each meeting, it is important for the coordinator to hold a vision…

Meeting Planning and Facilitation Tips for SARTs

Many SART coordinators and facilitators have not had formal training on how to convene people and run meetings. My first SART facilitation experience was when…

Resource Spotlight: SVJI’s NEW Protocol Template

I am excited to share with you all a new resource that SVJI created to help teams in protocol development. We work with a lot of…

Setting Goals for the New Year

Last week, we took some time to think about ways to look back on the work of your team. Now it is time to look…

Looking Back: Reflecting on the Work

Before we talk about your team’s New Year’s “resolutions”, it is best to first take a moment and look back on the work of the…