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Name of the organization; and Any other necessary single line information. The abstract or executive summary follows the title page, but the proposers should not think about that now, read on about the other sections of the proposal first. Background Causes of the Problem: This section is expected to answer why your project is needed.
Here you will want to give a description of the situation and focus on factors which prompted the formulation of your proposed project. Tell how the need for this project was identified and who was involved in developing the project.
Explain your project's origin or context. It is most advisable to involve the whole community in identifying priority problems; that is called "participatory research.
That means it must name the problem and locate the problem. It indicates the target group beneficiariesthe sector, the magnitude, and other actors who are working to solve that problem.
It also indicates the extent to which the problem has been solved by the other actors, and what has been so far accomplished by your group.
While examining the problem s to be addressed, several questions should arise here. What is the condition of the target group to justify the donor donating money and perhaps seconded staff?
A history of the community, your group, or the project is not essential, but a brief outline can be useful. More importantly, what conditions, or what changes in conditions, are envisaged that would lead to any donor agreeing to fund your project? You may wish to include: Project area Issues and problems, not descriptions ; Reasons for making this proposal; Circumstances leading up to the project; and Broader plans or strategies of which it is a part.
If yours is a project that is not starting fresh, the background will also indicate any changes in your project since it began. Remember that the background chapter describes the factors leading to the problem that your project intends to solve.
Everything in this section should be justification to approve the project and the requested funding assistance. Long histories and analyses would be detrimental here. The goal of your project should be to solve the problem or problems described in the background. Goals and objectives must relate to the previous chapter, by stating what is the solution to those above problems.
You need a set of general goals, and sets of specific objectives. Start with "goals" which are general, long term, broad desires. From those goals generate specific " objectives " which are verifiable, measurable, finite, and have specific dates of achievement.
You will want to be as specific as possible in stating the objectives of your project. They should be written in terms of the end results you expect in the project, not how you will achieve these results.
Those results must be verifiable ie. When selecting the goals and objectives for the project, remember the nature of the donor you ask; what kinds of solutions are sought? The donor does not want to contribute to dependency, so is not interested in funding charitable services which may take the pressure of obligation off those authorities who should look after the rights of the local people.
Most donors are not simply a source of funds for carrying out routine "operations. In this chapter you describe the beneficiaries or target groups in some detail. You may also add indirect or secondary beneficiaries eg people trained to help the primary beneficiaries.
This can be an expansion of the topic mentioned in your background section; indicate their number, characteristics, reasons for vulnerability, locations, and so on. Most donor agencies will be more predisposed towards your project if you can demonstrate that the beneficiaries have participated in the choice and design of the project.
An appendix can list meetings of beneficiaries, listing details such as dates, locations, times, topics discussed, speakers, and lists of beneficiary group members who attended. Refer to the appendix in this chapter; do not include it here; put it at the end of your proposal.
Targets and Activities Inputs: This chapter identifies the inputs in your project, ie what resources cash, personnel and actions will be put into your project. First, start with examining possible strategies to reach the objectives mentioned above. In each case you have to link with the previous chapter.
The best project proposal lists two, three or four different strategies and discards or rejects all but one of these, and says why. Then it goes on to say, "Given the objectives and strategies, what activities must be implemented or started to use that strategy and reach the objectives?
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