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Sustain Your SART
When you first create your SART, you should ensure that your collaborative responses to sexual violence remain viable. Your SART must be able to survive staff transitions; social, political, and economic challenges; and the impact of emerging issues and scientific or medical breakthroughs that can affect team caseloads and resources.
Making your SART sustainable can include building its capacities in a range of areas, such as in organizational development, business planning, evaluation, conflict resolution, fundraising, leadership development, marketing, team building and training, risk management, program design, meeting facilitation, and networking opportunities.
This section reviews
- Why a sustainability plan is important.
- Questions to ask about your SART.
- How to develop a sustainability plan.
- Raising public awareness.
- Charting future directions.