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Proposal writing

  1. 1. PROPOSAL WRITING STEPS
  2. 2.  What is proposal writing  Kinds of proposals  Short term  Long term  Specific activity  New concept  Research proposal  Infrastructure
  3. 3. Prior to proposal writing  SWOT analysis
  4. 4. Project Proposal I. Title II. Objective Objectives should be:  SMART: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound. I. Methodology  Difference between methodology & activities
  5. 5. Project Proposal  Geographic Location  Summary – Government Statistics  Partners  Details about the implementing agency  General context of the problem  Problem analysis
  6. 6. Project Proposal …..  Target beneficiaries  Analysis of the objective  General objective  Specific objective  Indicators  Results & activities  Flow chart of action
  7. 7. Project Proposal …..  Detailed description of activities & results  Human resources for the action  Monitoring & follow up  Sustainability of the project  Duration & indicative plan of action
  8. 8. LOGICAL FRAMEWORK ANALYSIS – LFA Most important part of the proposal
  9. 9. PROPOSAL WRITING ….  Budget  Any additional information
  10. 10. PROPOSAL PACKAGING  the Title Page should have Project title, name of the donor agency and name, logo & contact info of the NGO.  there should be a Table of Contents  there should be one page for explaining acronyms  there should be a Project Summary- not more than one page, narrating goal, objectives, results and activities.  An Organizational overview
  11. 11. PROPOSAL PACKAGING  Ensure that page numbering, header & footer are complete.  While writing, use active sentences more.  Keep in mind the limit for the total no. of pages for the proposal.  Attach appendices, if necessary  Give Bibliography and references.  The proposal should be signed and sealed.  Covering letter is essential
  12. 12. Summary page  Project title:  Name of implementing agent(s):  Project location:  Proposed starting date:  Project duration:  Amount requested  Government inputs:  Implementing agent inputs:  Other donor inputs:
  13. 13. Documents to be attatched  - Registration certificates - Tax clearance certificates & other legal approvals (if any) - Names, affiliation and qualifications of officers and Board of Directors - Audited financial statements for last completed fiscal year - Need assessment/baseline survey report - List of other current funding sources - CVs of key personnel - Layout plan of building (if funding is requested for construction also) - Copy of organization’s policies/by-laws
  14. 14. WHAT IS A GOOD PROPOSAL

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