RBA–population accountability workshop

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Join us at this Results Based Accountability – Population Accountability workshop to see how we can measure change in our communities.

No single organisation can achieve wellbeing for a whole population. It takes the unique contributions of partners to move their community closer to achieving a result like “A safe community”.

Population accountability is about improving the quality of life for a population that is defined by geography and/or characteristics e.g.: ‘All children & young people in NZ’ or ‘Families with children 0-5 years in Motueka’.

RBA can help us identify Outcomes and Indicators that help us define our goals, measure change and learn from our results.

This follows on from last year’s RBA – Performance Accountability workshop but you needn’t have joined us then to benefit from this stand-alone workshop.

Wednesday 28 October, 10am-3pm, Community Link 162 Castle Street, Dunedin

Register here

 

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–Friday’s RBA training cancelled!–

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Unfortunately we’ve had to cancel this Friday’s results Based Accountability training.

We’ll be re-scheduling the session for the spring.

We’re sorry for any inconvenience caused.

The COSSD team

PS – if you didn’t know there was training happening and are interested be sure and sign up to our email list.

Results Based Accountability – Workshop Resources

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Here is the presentation as delivered on 10 December 2014 at Community Link.

On the day online resources were mentioned, these are available at www.familyservices.govt.nz/working-with-us/funding-and-contracting/results-based-accountability/. They are being updated – we’ll share the revised info through the DCOSS meeting list when it’s available.

Have you made use of RBA? And are you willing to share your experience – if so get in touch – DCOSS email.

We’ll be running more session in 2015 – make sure you’ve signed up to our mailing list so you don’t miss out. Just add your name and email address to the form on the right.