Development Cooperation Handbook/Checklists/List of things to do in order to illustrate a project
List of things to do in order to illustrate a project
⇒ Remember: To communicate is to share knowledge. First gain it, then pass it on.
⇒ The basic approach is : First learn (do research) then teach (communicate)
Describe your reactions to the project
Make your public aware of your subjectivity ⇒ What did you learn from observing the project and meeting the stakeholders?
⇒ What do you want to say to your public of what you learned?
In order to build the suspense and explain the challenges remember that the project does not achieve its objective directly! The activities that the action team will carry out will produce the outputs that will empower beneficiaries to better interact with their communities and utilise project deliverables to achieve the project outcomes. These outcomes will enable the stakeholders to tackle the problems identified and produce changes in the factors generating these problems, thereby contributing to the achievement of the project objectives.