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Collaboration Summary

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Partners Improve International, Atlanta, Georgia
Global Water Challenge, Arlington, Virginia
Blue Planet Network, Redwood City, California
Water 1st International, Seattle, Washington
Water For People, Denver, Colorado
Type of Collaboration Confederation
Geographic Scope International
Collaboration Focus Area Environment
Human Services
Populations served Children and Youth
Economically Disadvantaged
Women and Girls
Year collaboration was established 2011
Date collaboration submitted December 07 2012
Goals Sought Through Collaboration Improve the quality of services / programs
Improve programmatic outcomes
Circumstances Prompting Collaboration Advance a shared goal
Respond to a community need
Initiators Executive Director(s) / CEO(s) / President(s)
Nature of Funder Involvement
Number of Participating Organizations 5-7
Were Partners Added or Dropped? Yes
Management Structure Management team / oversight committee with representatives from each partner
Challenges Lack of trust among partners
Achieving shared vision
Defining and measuring success
Concerns about risk / risk management
Consultants No
Organizational Efficiencies and Effectiveness Greater ability to allocate resources to areas of need - Greater ability for each partner to focus on core competency
Greater ability for each partner to focus on core competency - Greater ability to allocate resources to areas of need
Community Impact Improved quality of programs / services
Improved programmatic outcomes
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