Development Cooperation Handbook/Checklists/What to say in order to provide information about a project

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This list is a component of List of things to do in order to illustrate a project/action

Step 1: Access Information on Action/ Practice

  • Read Documents from the Web Site
  • Contact the Representative
  • Understand Action Context   

Step 2: Understand Action Rationale and Objectives

  • Needs Addressed by the Action
  • Expected Action Impact
  • Action Objectives
  • Action Outputs
  • Action Activities

Step 3: Identify the Stakeholders

  • Direct Action Beneficiaries
  • Indirect Action Beneficiaries
  • Groups of People/ Institutions Having a stake in/ Affected by the Action
  • Action Implementation Staff

Step 4: Compare Action Documents with Action Reality (Evaluate Action Implementation on-ground)

  • Evaluate ongoing and implemented Activities
  • Evaluate the quality of Action outputs
  • Evaluate whether Action has achieved expected objective (General and Specific)
  • Evaluate the achievement of Indicators  

Step 5: Collect Testimonials (Interviews)

  • Interview Stakeholders
  • Evaluate Action Impact on the Stakeholder's Behaviour/ Social and Economic Well Being/ Value in Community
  • Evaluate Action Impact on Target Community 

 Tool: Checklist of what to ask in order to obtain information about a project/action

See also: [Guidelines on identification and analysis of action stakeholders]]

This list is a component of List of things to do in order to illustrate a project/action

Other tools[edit | edit source]

Templates[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png Tasks implementation report form
Swiss sknife.png Template - Project Status Snapshot
Swiss sknife.png Template - Project status summary
Swiss sknife.png Template - Project Status Report

Checklists[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png What to do in order to obtain information about a project

Guidelines[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png Guideline: how to report project performance
Swiss sknife.png How team members can improve overall project communication
Swiss sknife.png How to built the trust and provide solid support for your reports

See also[edit | edit source]

Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg Reporting project status
Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg Manage Implementation of Project Execution