Build relationships and coordinate across community partners

With the help of state leaders and an eye toward scaling what works…
the Coordination solution can connect local organizations that are working toward the same goals, and help them build the type of collaborative partnerships that will allow them to achieve more than they ever could alone.

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Build strong relationships for greater impact

There are organizations in each community serving the same families and working toward the same goals. Each of them is a potential partner and, when they work together, can help create a greater impact in the health of their communities.


Take incremental steps toward a big goal

Organizations have a strong interest in coordinating, but often face barriers in doing so effectively and sustainably. There are incremental steps community partners can take to make meaningful progress toward this big goal.

How does this solution work at the local-level?

A Role for State Leaders

Leaders of state-level maternal and child health programs can accelerate and amplify community coordination efforts for their local networks by participating in the project.

  • Understand the needs and barriers of community partners
  • Align the project with program’s
    requirements, activities and priorities
  • Share program information, resources
    and communication opportunities
  • Engage and encourage local networks
    to participate in the project
  • Integrate a collaborative learning
    approach into how lessons are shared
  • Disseminate surveys, reports,
    resources and lessons learned