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Guidelines for students taking Workshop 8567--The Competitive Bidding Process and Proposal Writing in International Assistance--at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. These guidelines …

Guidelines for students taking Workshop 8567--The Competitive Bidding Process and Proposal Writing in International Assistance--at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. These guidelines apply to the pre-workshop team proposal process.

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  • 1. WKSH 8567 Pre-workshop proposal team guidelines
    Spring 2011
    Alfredo Ortiz, Adjunct Professor
  • 2. Identify a theme of interest and join a proposal-writing group (we do this today).
    Develop a mind map and organized team notes to find out more about your theme of interest
    Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its context.
    Develop a purpose statement via a CATWOE analysis of your rich picture
    Write a concept proposal using the Grantsmanship Center proposal guide (max 10 pages)
    Steps
  • 3. A theme of interest is simply any theme or area of concern that someone thinks is problematic and worthy of attention.
    Themes of interest might relate to issues of human trafficking, environmental degradation, violence against women, refugees, or any other development challenges.
    When we are able to cogently frame specific sets of issues, we have an initial basis for developing a proposal to take purposeful action to respond to these development challenges.
    1) Identify a theme of interest and join a proposal-writing group
  • 4. 2) Develop a mind map and organized team notes to find out more about your theme of interest
  • 5. 3) Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its context
  • 6. 3) Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its context
  • 7. 3) Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its context
  • 8. 3) Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its context
  • 9. 3) Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its context
  • 10. 4) Develop a purpose statement via a CATWOE analysis of your rich picture
  • 11. Intro
    Problem statement or needs assessment
    Objectives
    Methodology
    Eval…
    5) Write a concept proposal using the GC proposal guide (max 10 pages)

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