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How to Frame Goals and Objectives in a Project Proposal

Goals and objectives form the most important part of a project proposal and one should pay great attention while framing them. Setting the goal is often the first step towards developing a proposal as it lays the foundation for the project. Next in process is defining objectives that would help in achieving the goal. Program managers should not overlook both these steps as, well drafted goals and objectives facilitate in developing an articulate proposal that has high chances of getting funded.
A well written proposal always has clearly defined goal and SMART objectives to attain the desired goal.

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How to Frame Goals and Objectives in a Project Proposal

  1. 1. Introduction • Goals and objectives form the most important part of a project proposal and one should pay great attention while framing them. • A well written proposal always has clearly defined goal and SMART objectives to attain the desired goal. Read more:- https://www.fundsforngos.org/?p=81769
  2. 2. Difference Between Goals & Objectives • Goal: It is a broad statement that defines what you plan to do in a project. It gives an idea to the reader of what problem your organization intends to address. • Objective: These are detailed statements describing the ways through which you intend to achieve the goal. Read more:- https://www.fundsforngos.org/?p=81769
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  4. 4. Framing a Quality Goals Do not write a vague goal. Goal should be in line with the problem statement Goal should be consistent with your organization s mission & vision Use simple language to write a goal Keep only one goal for a proposal Read more:- https://www.fundsforngos.org/?p=81769
  5. 5. Framing a Quality Objectives Objectives should address the 5 Ws. Objectives should support the goal Objectives should follow a logical order Frame SMART objectives Use action verbs while drafting objectives Keep 3-4 objectives 1. Why: are you proposing a particular thing? 2. What: approach will you adopt to reach the desired goal? 3. When: will you conduct the particular project? 4. Where: will you implement the project? 5. Who: will be the primary stakeholders/beneficiaries? Read more:- https://www.fundsforngos.org/?p=81769
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Goals and objectives form the most important part of a project proposal and one should pay great attention while framing them. Setting the goal is often the first step towards developing a proposal as it lays the foundation for the project. Next in process is defining objectives that would help in achieving the goal. Program managers should not overlook both these steps as, well drafted goals and objectives facilitate in developing an articulate proposal that has high chances of getting funded. A well written proposal always has clearly defined goal and SMART objectives to attain the desired goal.

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