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AVCCB Governance - Collective Impact

The Coordinating Body and its work are subject to an annual review by its membership to determine the extent that it is a viable and high functioning body through an evaluation of indicators and related metrics. 

Evaluation occurs in three phases:

Early: Determine how well the collective impact structure has been implemented

Middle: Assess incremental changes that are becoming visible within systems and among important system actors

Late: Longitudinal data on impact for patients or other populations

Collective impact brings people together in a structured way to achieve social change. Collective impact is a network of community members, organizations, and institutions who advance a common social cause by learning together, aligning, and integrating their actions to achieve population and systems level change.


The AVCCB uses the Collective Impact Framework as a model to guide the form and function of all group activities. The Collective Impact framework functions according to five key conditions:


•    A common or shared vision
•    Shared measurement
•    Mutually reinforcing activities
•    Continuous communication
•    Strong backbone or secretariat support

In this 2020 photograph, captured inside
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