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close this bookCommunity Nutrition Action for Child Survival (Peace Corps, 1989, 445 pages)
close this folderPart II - Planning nutrition action projects
close this folderUnit 4: Planning nutrition action projects
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View the documentSession 1: Describing the problem
View the documentSession 2: Writing project goals and objectives
View the documentSession 3: Choosing project activities
View the documentSession 4: Developing a project work plan
View the documentSession 5: Planning how to evaluate
View the documentSession 6: Preparing a budget

(introductory text...)

SESSION 1: Describing the Problem
SESSION 2: Writing Project Goals and Objectives
SESSION 3: Choosing Project Activities
SESSION 4: Developing a Project Work Plan
SESSION 5: Planning How to Evaluate
SESSION 6: Preparing a Budget

Note: Introduce this unit on Planning Nutrition Action Projects by reviewing the chart on the next page. This chart can be made into a handout or it can be drawn on the flipchart or chalkboard.

The steps in project planning are the same whether you are planning a project or activity with one community or with many communities, or whether you are requesting approval and funding for these activities from your organization or funding from outside donor agencies.

PROJECT PLANNING

Analyzing the Problem



Writing Goals and Objectives



Choosing Project Activities



Budgeting



Planing How To Evaluate



Developing a Work Plan