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Organizational membership -

Becoming a member organisation

An organization can become a member (member organization, MO) if it commits to learning GAP methods, and introducing at least one 'GAP-style' program in its constituency. The programs are designed to empower sustainable behaviour change, and may be designed for households/communities, schools/youth, or workplaces. Or a combination.

Most MOs are national, some are regional. It's possible to have more than one MO per country or region; if a second organization applies for membership, the first member is consulted. Normally one of them will be responsible for quality assurance - though it's also possible for two MOs in the same country to work with different 'market segments' and act more or less independently of each other. 

As an organizational member you are 

  • Entitled to use most of the international material either free of charge or at a preferential rate
  • Invited to international meetings and workshops
  • Eligible for preferential rates for training and other membership benefits decided by the Board and AGM
  • Eligible to vote at the AGM
  • Listed on the web site
  • Entitled to use the GAP logo
  • Eligible to host international meetings and workshops
In return you are expected to
  • Make your own additions and improvements to GAP material available to other network members
  • Coordinate development and delivery of GAP programs in your region, including collection of relevant statistics
  • Ensure that GAP programs delivered in your region meet GAP criteria for content and effectiveness
  • Abide by the decisions of the AGM

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