Project coordination

This section explains how CorrelAid projects are coordinated and describes the relevant processes. The content is relevant for project coordinators and project leads.

Those pages contain information for project coordinators and project team leads.

Project coordinators are most important at the first stages of a project, from the first contact of the organization with CorrelAid up until a team has been formed and it has started working. During the project work phase, the project coordinator gets updates from the project team to ensure that the project is running smoothly. After the project has been successfully implemented, the project coordinator is responsible for the follow-up with the organization and the project team.

The project lead / team lead typically gets involved from the team selection process onwards. They are part of the project team but also have some additonal responsibilities related to team coordination, communication with the NPO and other organizational tasks.

Want to become a project coordinator? Ask Frie (@frie) in Slack, she'll be happy to answer any questions you might have. She can also add you to the team and give you an introduction to the tasks, the process and the tools!