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  • 1. Basic model of project steps You project plan: • N eeds – What needs of young people will be addressed? • A ims – Why? The main reason • O bjectives – What has to be reached? • M ethods – How? The activities of the project? What is the sequence of activities? Which one should be local and which ones – international? • E valuation/ Monitoring – What happened? What is the progress? What went well and what needs to be improved? Did we reach the aim? SALTO Participation TC Get in Net
  • 2. Aim – What for? • Aim is inspired by identified challenges and needs of YOUNG PEOPLE • It is influenced by possible responses to those challenges • It’s the main purpose for realising your transnational youth initiative project!!! SALTO Participation TC Get in Net
  • 3. SALTO Participation TC Get in Net, 12 – 17.06.2007, Brussels Aim To provide young people from Brasov and Tartu with healthy alternatives for their leisure time and to prevent drug addiction in the neighbourhood by raising their self - esteem and their social participation. Target group Geographical scope Challenges addressed Change to be made Methodology- activities
  • 4. SALTO Participation TC Get in Net, 12 – 17.06.2007, Brussels Objectives – (Through) what? • What is going to be achieved and done in order to reach the AIM? • Note! It is not a “to do” list or plan of activities! Activities are about HOW will you achieve your objectives. • Objectives are kind of “small aims”
  • 5. SALTO Participation TC Get in Net, Educational programme – Educational Objectives • During preparation seminar they will get to know how to… • Young people will learn….by making daily meetings in …. • Participants will gain understanding about …. by organising….
  • 6. • To organise youth activities in districts of Brasov and Tartu at least on 6 weekends. • To prepare a team doing street work two evenings a week between May and October • To create and train a group of 8 young people to act as peer educators and leaders in their schools. • To establish close contacts with similar youth groups in at least two other European countries for developing transnational youth initiative SALTO Participation TC Get in Net Objectives Specific Measurable Achiavable Realistic Timed
  • 7. SALTO Participation TC Get in Net, 12 – 17.06.2007, Brussels Good luck!