WKSH 8567 Pre-workshop proposal team guidelines<br />Spring 2011<br />Alfredo Ortiz, Adjunct Professor<br />
Identify a theme of interest and join a proposal-writing group (we do this today).  <br />Develop a mind map and organized...
A theme of interest is simply any theme or area of concern that someone thinks is problematic and worthy of attention.  <b...
2)	Develop a mind map and organized team notes to find out more about your theme of interest<br />
3)	Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its con...
3)	Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its con...
3)	Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its con...
3)	Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its con...
3)	Draw a rich picture (on a flip chart) depicting the main problematic situation you wish to address, situated in its con...
4)	Develop a purpose statement via a CATWOE analysis of your rich picture<br />
Intro<br />Problem statement or needs assessment<br />Objectives<br />Methodology<br />Eval…<br />5)	Write a concept propo...
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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 apply to the pre-workshop team proposal process.

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Wksh 8567 pre workshop proposal team guidelines

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

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