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  • 1. Group Project: Develop a Community-Based Activity There are Nine Elements to Consider
  • 2. Goals: What do you want to accomplish?
    • • Distinguish between short-term (3 to 6 months) and long-term (1 to 2 years) intended outcomes
    • • Identify content goals (what will be done)
    • • Identify process goals (how it will be done)
  • 3. Audiences: Who will be involved?
    • • There may be more than one audience or group of participants
    • • Decide whether activities should be mixed- or same-sexed
    • • Include people with authority and status in the community
  • 4. Message: What do they need to hear or think about?
    • • Each audience will have different needs and have different ‘entry points’
    • • Generally, there are two types of messages: what is ‘right’ and what is in the audience’s ‘self interest’
  • 5. Delivery: How can we get participants to hear our message?
    • • What is effective will vary from audience to audience
  • 6. Resources: What do we have to work with?
    • • Effective community mobilization efforts build on the resources already in place
    • • Consider both material and non-material (knowledge, role models) resources
  • 7. Gaps: What else do we need to develop?
    • • After taking stock of what is available, identify resources you need but do not have
    • • Also consider how you might access these resources
  • 8. First Steps: How do we begin?
    • • Identify some hort-term activities that would bring the right people together, symbolize the larger work ahead, and foster the synergy that will drive long-term goals
  • 9. Risk Assesment: What barriers and challenges might exist?
    • • Anticipate barriers to participation and challenges from participants in order to design strategies to address these risks
    • • Include an assessment of your organizational capacity
  • 10. Evaluation: How will we tell if it is working?
    • • Evaluation needs to take place at every step so that adjustments can be made
    • • Evaluation also enables you to monitor progress towards your goal
    • • Identify clear and measurable base line measures
  • 11.
    • • Aspects to be evaluated include: what was done; who participated; where; when the activities were held; are you on track for your timeline; how well the work is being done