Collaborate: A Forum for Global Leaders

Starts:
  Tuesday, April 28, 2015
  9:00 am
 
Ends: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 7:30 pm  

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Hosted by CAFO’s Global Movements Initiative 

Date: Tuesday April 28 and Wednesday April 29, 2015
Time: 9:00am – 7:30pm
Location: Long Hollow Baptist Church
Cost:  $150    

Target Audience:   Collaborate is designed for national orphan care leaders from countries outside of the United States.  Americans desiring to attend this Forum should contact david@cafo.org before registering.
Registration for Collaborate is separate from your CAFO2015 registration. In order to maximize forum benefits, registration is limited.

Register to Collaborate

Collaborate, a forum for global leaders, is a two day experience designed for international representatives who are either leading national orphan care movements in their countries or desire to begin one.   Join other national leaders from around the world to share expertise, make new connections, learn best practices and gather resources key to vibrant, locally-led orphan care movements.

The goals of the Collaborate forum are:

To highlight case studies of key national movements and share their strategic expertise in developing movements and engaging local churches in orphan care.
To understand best practices and the latest research to guide wisely their regional/national orphan care movements.
To gather working groups to collaborate in developing regional and local strategies for expanding and maturing their movements.
To continue development of attendees’ leadership and management skills to better serve their emerging/growing movements.

Learn more information and see the agenda at christianalliancefororphans.org

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