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CAPACITY BUILDING: COP MEETING. Community Of Practices Tools. Date : March 13 th , 2012 Marie Claire Gahizi. COP Priority Topics. Difference between COP Task Force (COPTF) & Sub-Committees of Practice (Sub-COPs): COPTF made of Coordinators

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CAPACITY BUILDING: COP MEETING

Community Of Practices Tools

Date : March 13th, 2012

Marie Claire Gahizi


COP Priority Topics

  • Difference between COP Task Force (COPTF) & Sub-Committees of Practice (Sub-COPs):

    • COPTF made of Coordinators

    • Sub-COP is composed of individuals focused on specific professional areas which will be known on under “Committee of Practice”.

  • Previously Chosen Sub-COPs :

    • COP/HR,

    • COP/Finance,

    • COP/Fundraising &

    • COP/SYS & POL (SYSTEMS AND POLICIES). This was chosen as the most important topic to start with.

      → Need to choose new topics or confirm the above


  • RPOs leading the COP/Task Force

    • ARTCTF

    • RAPP

    • EPR

    • PROFEMME

    • URUNANA+

      International Organizations

    • PSI

    • CHF


    TOOLS

    1. AGENDA


    AGENDA Continued


    2. COP MEETING REPORT


    Please circle the appropriate response for each activity and comment were appropriate.

    3. Meeting Feedback.


    THANK YOU FOR LISTENNING!


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